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Subject:Re: The World Wide Web vs. webs. From:David Somers <David -dot- SOMERS -at- ST -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 19 Sep 1996 16:38:22 +0200
Other networks in general may be connected by LAN or WAN technology,
but can one call them an _internet_?
If it uses TCP/IP and is a discrete network, it is usually called an _intranet_
(or even _internet_ (with a lower-case 'i')); othewise it is usually connected
to and is then part of the _Internet_ (with an upper-case 'I').