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The New York Times Changes 'E-Mail

The New York Times has updated its style guide and has dropped the hyphen from the word "email." The publication will now spell the word "email" instead of "e-mail" as it had done before. The Atlantic Wire rounded up the various changes to the style guide that were tweeted by various Times writers and editors. The Time has also combined the two words "Web site" into "website," which is no longer capitalized.

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