Re: FW: Email versus e-mail

Subject: Re: FW: Email versus e-mail
From: Maggie_Secara -at- capgroup -dot- com
Date: Mon, 17 Jul 2006 12:20:56 -0700

X-rays have been around a long time without ever become xrays.

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techwr-l-bounces+maggie_secara=capgroup -dot- com -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com wrote on
07/17/2006 12:19:02 PM:

> Bryan mentioned...
> "My personal rule is to hyphenate all e-words unless they are a
> company or product name. My rationale is that I can't think of any
> hyphenated word that has morphed to no hyphen. For example, O-Ring,
> X-Ray...."
> Actually, the linguistic trend is eventually to *always* remove the
> hyphen from a word. Hyphenation, like acronyms, tend to simplify over
> the years.


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