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May 10, 2013

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Nick Shears

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e-learning (It's clearer until the term is in common use, when the hyphen will doubtless disappear)

m-learning (As for e-learning: the hyphen will wither in time)

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Web page/web page: Neither; I've been using "webpage" for some time now.

eLearning (If that's the only alternative to the over-wordy version)

the internet (I gave up caitalising it a when I realised my voice was becoming increaingly lonely)

HTML (probably for a while yet)

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