“The folks responsible for the entries in the Associated Press Stylebook have announced that the word ‘Internet’ will no longer be uppercased, thus breaking my heart and making some of our writers very happy,” Henry Pickavet reports for TechCrunch.
“The AP Stylebook, which many newspapers and websites (one word? really?) use to guide their style efforts, defines Internet as ‘a decentralized, worldwide network of computers that can communicate with each other,'” Pickavet reports. “It’s a pretty big definition and has warranted the glory of a capital I. But no more. And that’s not all. The AP Stylebook has also decided to lowercase ‘Web.'”
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