How the NYTimes now spells Internet, website, and email.


THE NEW YORK TIMES reports today that its Manual of Style and Usage has been updated, including several changes in the way their writers and editors will employ terms related to this thing you’re lookin’ at.

Internet is now capitalized, but “the web” and “website” are not. Also, the hyphen has been removed from “email” (although “e-book” and “e-commerce” remain hyphenated).