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Haven't read a digest for weeks, (I do love my new job), but need to ask a
Is it most common these days to write Internet or internet?
Merriam-Webster's says Internet, and that's how I've been writing it for
years. But someone here thinks that's now old fashioned. I _briefly_ checked
the archives and the only relevant topic I found was in 1996.
Please reply directly--who knows when I'll get to read the digests (29
stored so far!)
Thanks a million.