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Subject:Re: PCMCIA cards From:Karen Kay <karenkay -at- CADENCE -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 19 Dec 1995 14:24:21 -0800
>Any company, organization, or household ;-) can have an "internet" --
>short for the generic "internetwork," meaning "lots of LANs,
>interconnected." Some folks might restrict the term "internet" to
>mean "lots of interconnected LANs speaking IP," but that's one of
>those religious wars.
But do you really believe that the context doesn't keep 'internet' and
'Internet' from being mixed up? PCMCIA cards and PC cards seem to me
*much* more likely to be confused.