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Subject:RE: How do you spell it? From:"Domaschuk, Rob" <Robd -at- datalogics -dot- com> To:"'cor -at- techwritercor -dot- com'" <cor -at- techwritercor -dot- com>, TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Fri, 1 Aug 2003 14:26:58 -0500
First, being a Friday afternoon I was tempted to troll for flames by
exclaiming that it absolutely MUST be spelled "Web site" and any deviation
from that simply isn't correct, rendering any contrarian positions as
invalid and feeble-minded. Also you would never make it into a certification
course (the best of which is____) if you spelled it in any other way.
But what hey.....
The best way to spell it? Consistently!
As you wrote, "I have. .heard differing view points on how [it] should be
I get the impression that you are looking to put this on your resume. If so,
check the company's web site to see if they spell it a certain way and then
follow their lead.
Otherwise drop the choices in a jar, reach in and pull one out and go for
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