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In this article, "Web services" is used when the term appears in the
course of a sentence.
Hope that helps,
From: jsokohl -at- mac -dot- com [mailto:jsokohl -at- mac -dot- com]
Sent: 19. juli 2002 15:52
Subject: Caitalization of Web Services
the new buzz word in Internet technologies is "Web Services"--or "web
services"--or "Web services." This technology is an approach that
distributed applications to be accessed with standard Internet
Think of the new iSynch platform that Apple just announced--synchronize
your PDA, iPod, and telephone from the Web.
So, the problem I'm encountering is how to capitalize it. I'm leaning
strongly to the third option. That is, Web should be capitalized, but
services should not.
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