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>Dori Green said:
>>James Barrow wrote:
>>What do you do with the word "website" ("web-site", etc.)? This is
>The Web -- nickname for the World Wide Web, only one, proper noun,
>capitalized. A website -- one of many, common noun, not capitalized.
>Give me something hard next time.
I contacted Mensa and MIT. They're working on it :^)