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In article <320kph$dg2 -at- tequesta -dot- gate -dot- net> D. Citron, dcitron -at- gate -dot- net
>I am writing a query about internet. But first I must straighten out
>the terminology. Please vote for which of the following you think are
>appropriate for use in an article (or other uses), and which are not.
>I've seen just about all of these variations used.
> 1. Internet 7. the net
> 2. the Internet 8. E-Mail
> 3. internet 9. E-mail
> 4. the internet 10. email
> 5. InterNet 11. Email
> 6. the InterNet 12. e-mail
Here are some of my favorites:
The Information Sig-Alert (for you S. California folks)
_____-----*****The Grand Supreme Net*****-----_____
Home away from home
The bandwidth dependent wasteland