At the risk of being excoriated for consuming even more bandwidth on
"drivel," I read and appreciated this clarification of the grammatical rules
associated with acronyms. I make a part of my income writing and I need to
know these things. Thanks Robin and Lynda.
From: General discussion of Extensible Markup Language
[mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of Paul Harper
Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2000 3:01 PM
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Subject: Re: Schemas vs. DTD's
Have you people nothing better to contribute.
Your organisations must wonder how much money they are spending on
non-productive work or is no one bothered.
I only respond as I do not wish to subscribe to an industrial strength
newslist and quite frankly do not have the time to go through this sort of
Q: Has anyone moved foreward in connectiin with this comms.
>Good point, Lynda, on one level: most English
>speakers pronounce/vocalize "DTD" as
>"dee-tee-dee" (or "dee-dee-tee" if the tang
>gets tongueled), so the analogy to the letter