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The small "w" web could be an intranet or extranet, which wouldn't necessarily be part of the World Wide Web...
Tracy Boyington tracy_boyington -at- okcareertech -dot- org
Oklahoma Department of Career & Technology Education
Stillwater, OK http://www.okvotech.org/cimc
>>> Mike Stockman <stockman -at- jagunet -dot- com> 10/24/00 08:02PM >>>
On 10/24/00 6:29 PM, Janice Gelb (janiceg -at- marvin -dot- eng -dot- sun -dot- com) wrote:
>* "Web" is capitalized when referring to the World Wide
>Web ("The www.raycomm.com Web site is outstanding"). It
>is lowercase when used generally ("Don't use the blink
>command on your web pages").
Ummm... aren't those the same usage? You're referring to the World Wide
Web in both examples, which would make it short for a proper name, which
would be "Web."
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