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Subject:Summary: Standard Symbols From:Kim Nylander <nylanderk -at- IPIX -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 19 May 1999 12:05:16 -0400
I received about 20 responses to my question about standard symbols for
the World Wide Web. The overwhelming majority suggested a globe,
Microsoft's globe in Internet Explorer, or a globe with the letters
"WWW." Other suggestions included a spider, a spider's web, or just the
We're using a globe with WWW across it. Thank you for all of the
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