E-Book or Ebook?

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The grammar news of the week is that “e-book” keeps its hyphen, while “email” loses its (at least according to the New York Times). From GalleyCat: “E-Book Keeps Hyphen in NY Times Style Guide Refresh

I still prefer “ebook”, and Digital Book World seems to agree, based on some Google AdWords keyword search results: “E-Books vs. Ebooks vs. eBooks

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