I have a bit of thing about grammar and stuff. You'd never know reading this blog. All those sentences starting with conjunctions. It's appalling. But you'll never find a misplaced apostrophe for all the sentences that start with "And" and "So" and "But."
But I have been learning things this year. It started with IKEA. It isn't "Ikea" because it turns out the supplier of my meatballs (I won't hear you say a bad thing about them) sports an acronym.
And today, courtesy of a year five spelling book followed up by a quick tour of Google, it turns out that the Internet is a proper noun. When you talk about internets in a general sense it can have a lower case "i" but when you talk of the Internet it needs a capital letter. Who knew? Obviously the writer of the year five spelling book. But not me. Not until today.