Date: Wed, 6 Mar 1996 11:46:56 -0500 From: "H Stephen Straight (Binghamton University, SUNY)" Subject: Re: World-Wide Web > I note that Bruner uses the term "World Wide Web" but does not include > it among his several problematic examples. I use "Worldwide Web" as the > correct expansion of WWW--in part because that's what Tim Berners-Lee, > the Web's founder, recommends, but most of all because it's the > grammatically cleanest term. Can Bruner persuasively document his > preference for "World Wide Web"? The Chronicle of Higher Education has employed the phrase World-Wide Web for some years now. This beats both of the alternatives above, IMHO, because it is both "grammatically clean" and consistent with the established WWW acronym. H Stephen Straight, Dir, Lgs Across the Curric, Binghamton U (SUNY) ["sstraigh", not "sstraight"]