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My questions/answers have been edited multiple times now due to a simple thing: whether to write Stack Overflow (or Super User) as Stack Overflow or as StackOverflow. One edit of one of the posts edited it to the first way, the other edit of the other post edited it to the other way. So, what is the correct way of writing it? Oh, and also, feel free to edit the title of this question. :)

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marked as duplicate by random, Shog9, jjnguy, Marc Gravell Oct 28 '09 at 4:50

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Why would anyone write out Super User as Stack Overflow? –  random Oct 28 '09 at 4:11
@Shog9 LOL! :D thanks for clearing it up. –  Maxim Zaslavsky Oct 28 '09 at 4:12
@random well you know what I meant... right? I don't know why I chose Super User... I <3 all trilogy sites! –  Maxim Zaslavsky Oct 28 '09 at 4:13
Oh, ya, it is a duplicate, I just didn't find it. Sorry about that, and thanks for your help! –  Maxim Zaslavsky Oct 28 '09 at 23:43

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