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Subject:Re: Internet vs internet From:Richard Mateosian <srm -at- C2 -dot- ORG> Date:Sun, 14 Jan 1996 10:50:06 -0800
>Thus, there is *no* inconsistency in use. You're just confusing
>two concepts that have similar written identifiers.
I didn't mean that the usage is internally inconsistent.
The inconsistency I was agreeing with Tom Little about is that in English,
as opposed to the practice in naming unix and C "identifiers," we don't
normally use differences in capitalization to distinguish between words.
That practice is inconsistent with the usual uses of capitalization in