Stop the presses! It’s now a “website” not a “Web site.”

The Associated Press’s AP Stylebook has been the final arbiter of journalistic use, spelling, grammar and punctuation for decades.  In June, they updated the book to include social media.  So, in my news releases, what once was a Web site is now a website.  However, if I am referring to the “World Wide Web,” I still must capitalize Web, as in, “The Web has forever changed the way we communicate.”  And there’s still a hyphen in e-mail and an e-newsletter.  Read more.

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