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    Question Which is more correct?

    A. It seems to me that when we all had MoDems it was:
    LogOn / LogOff

    B. Now on the 'net it seems to be more:
    LogIn / LogOut

    Which is more correct? A or B?


    Maybe I will begin using LogOn / LogOut or LogIn / LogOff.
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    They're both equivalent. There's no difference.

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    Seeing more "sign in" and "sign out" as well

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    Clock in / Clock out

    Check in / Check out

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    I think we need:

    Over and In to accompany
    Over and Out.

    10-4

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    Unfortunately, your initial premise is incorrect!

    "Contrary to popular belief, "Over" and "Out" are never used at the same time, since their meanings are mutually exclusive." (Wikipedia, the sauce of all knowledge...)
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    Whatever it was, it was followed by [sound FX fill in here] and NEGOTIATING, then CONNECTED (or not).
    Last edited by dogberry; 2013-11-02 at 15:01.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kweaver View Post
    I think we need:

    Over and In to accompany
    Over and Out.

    10-4
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