Several people have asked why the "t" small and "W" capital in "txtWeb". So here is the logic:
Texting is cool, edgy and a bit defiant and hence the small cap and the missing "e" from "text". Web/online is old-fashioned, uptight and rule-bound and hence the large cap without the "e" missing.
Would love to hear the reactions from the community.
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