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>>Jim Barrow said:
>Greg Holmes wrote:
>>What do you do with the word "website" ("web-site", etc.). This is
>>actually a rhetorical question. I just wanted to see how certain people
>>here fit that word into their arguments.
>Since I'm a lowercase "web" guy, I just write it ;)
Oooooookie dokie. I'll send you the Uppercase Web Guy application just in
>* The web
>* A web browser
>* Our website
>And by the way ...
>* Send an email :)
Er...um...okay. I know email isn't capitalized. Are you distinguishing
between "e-mail" and "email"?
>Ye may send your E-mails to the address found on yonder Web site if ye
>think it meet ...
Uh.....huh. Greg...buddy...did you bump your head? Oh boy, Greg's having
the pirate dream again.