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Non-sports style help

Discussion in 'Journalism topics only' started by Rosie, Jul 22, 2008.

  1. Rosie

    Rosie Active Member

    Excuse the tears on my keyboard please, I'm writing a tearjerker story. :'(

    Anyways, if I'm refering to the Caring Bridge Web site in my story, would it be:


    Caring Bridge Web site

    Or does anyone have any suggestions or know how this is supposed to be? I'm the last one left standing in the office right now (and I have a council meeting to go to in an hour and a half. Yay, the puffy eyes will be a hit.)

    Thanks in advance.
  2. Rosie

    Rosie Active Member

    I got the space, it's our A1 feature for tomorrow.
  3. Rosie

    Rosie Active Member

    While we're at it...

    c-section or C-section?

    (I'm opting for C-section, but again, open to suggestions.)
  4. deskslave

    deskslave Active Member

    C-section, because it's a Caesarean section, named for Caesar.
  5. Cesarean is the more common spelling.
  6. deskslave

    deskslave Active Member

    I didn't think I had it right.
  7. zeke12

    zeke12 Guest

    C up on C-section.

    P also up on Pap smear.
  8. I agree.

    Oh and, um, it's "anyway," not "anyways." ;)
  9. Jay Sherman

    Jay Sherman Member

    I like Caesarian Salads.
  10. joe

    joe Active Member

    With the placenta dressing?
  11. Rosie

    Rosie Active Member

    Not funny.
  12. jakewriter82

    jakewriter82 Active Member

    Our old place always referenced the web site by its name with "www" and ".org or .com" etc., only if there was no other way to list it.
    It's kind of confusing. Especially on when to include the http://.
    I'd usually refer to my news editor on most of that.
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