Two things about us Americans: First, those of us of U.S. citizenship are
called Americans because we are the only country in either South or North
America that has the word “America” in its name. It's a hell of a lot
easier to say “American” than “United States citizen”, though I've
always enjoyed being referred to as a Yank in Britain and a
running dog imperialistic war monger by everyone else.
Don Olson on
more web than the World Wide Web. This is hypertext like Ted Nelson
And it's bloody addictive. My god, it's 4:43 am! Just now long
have I been reading the WikiWikiWeb?
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