WWW referencing

Subject: WWW referencing
From: "Dave L. Meek's User Account" <dave -at- SYNERGEX -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 9 Feb 1996 10:58:55 -0800

Does anyone know the most accepted way to reference WWW documents in
paper documentation. I have gotten some good input from tech writers
in my company, but wondered what other companies do (if anything).
Please advise.

Emily Gaucher
emily -dot- gaucher -at- bsis -dot- com

What sort of paper documentation are you writing? I'm currently
writing a "white paper" and have encountered this same question.
I have not seen this topic addressed in any style manual, though
admittedly my style manual does NOT have a 1995 or 1996 print
date. My document follows a report style, and in lieu of better
information I have notes where appropriate and an endnotes page
that lists the WWW documents as their full WWW addresses.

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| Russian Campaign, 1814 |
Dave Meek

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