Re: E-Commerce?

Subject: Re: E-Commerce?
From: bernice kieffer <bernice_kieffer -at- mentorg -dot- com>
To: Jean Ostrem <jostrem -at- tdl -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 16 Jun 2000 09:04:35 -0700


Your answer lies in the name of the book. I can't take anything written
in a book with that type of name seriously. Instead, I assume sarcasim.

bernice kieffer
Technical Writer

Jean Ostrem wrote:
> > >From Bill Walsh's at "The Curmudgeon's Style Book" at The Slot
> ><>: No initial-based term in the history of the
> >English language has ever evolved to form a solid word -- a few are split,
> >and the rest are hyphenated. Look at A-frame, B-movie, C-rations, D-Day, E-
> >(uh, skip that one), F layer, G-string, H-bomb, I-beam, J-school, K car,
> >L-shaped, N-word, O-ring, Q rating, S-connector, T-bill, U-joint, X-ray,
> >Y-chromosome, Z particle and dozens of other such compounds.
> >
> I remember the last time this was posted. Was no one else bothered by
> this? To me xray is perfectly acceptable, and I've seen it all over
> the place.

Previous by Author: McLuhan Survey Results
Next by Author: Re: Adobe humor
Previous by Thread: RE: E-Commerce?
Next by Thread: RE: E-Commerce?

What this post helpful? Share it with friends and colleagues:

Sponsored Ads