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Subject:Re: hyphenating email/e-mail/E-mail From:Beverly Parks <bparks -at- HUACHUCA-EMH1 -dot- ARMY -dot- MIL> Date:Thu, 21 Dec 1995 06:19:57 MST
Al Rubottom <aer -at- PCSI -dot- CIRRUS -dot- COM> wrote regarding an article in
the NY Times-->
> I think the Times came down in favor of "E-mail"
> [maybe e-mail], 'cuz it's like e-pub(lication), e-text,
> e-zine, and so on... What do you e-think 'bout that?
I think it's crazy. You are saying that you think the Times is
basing the form of a decades old term on the forms of such very
new terms as e-pub, e-text, and e-zine? Where's the time
machine? If anything, I think the latter examples took their
form from e-mail.
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