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My company is all about e-commerce and we retain the
hyphen in all these e-, i-, and c- buzzwords. I agree
with Jo that there's an excellent argument for keeping
the hyphen, although some companies are merging the e
with the rest of the word as part of their branding.
I've seen eBusiness, Ebusiness, etc.
It's enough to make a tech writer wackadoo. I say
--- Jo Francis Byrd <jbyrd -at- byrdwrites -dot- com> wrote:
> Check the archives for a discussion on this. There
> is a VERY convincing argument
> to retain the hyphen:
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