Did you know that AP Style for "AP Style" is to capitalize the S in style?
I didn't know that until recently, when I saw the question asked on AP Stylebook's online Ask the Editor section. Even though I've written a lot of blog posts with "AP style," it is never too late to start using the correct form –– so it's AP Style from now on!
Here are some other questions being asked and answered on AP Stylebook's Ask the Editor:
Q: Is the word "to" capitalized in movie/film titles?
A: It's lowercase, as in "What to Expect When You're Expecting."
Q: Which use is correct: "I felt so welcome," or "I felt so welcomed"?
A: It's "welcome" for the adjective form.
Q: Can you clarify the spelling of Egyptian candidate Abdel-Moneim Aboul-Fotouh?
A: It's Abdel-Moneim Abolfotoh in recent AP stories.
Q: Does AP Style hyphenate the term "secretary-general" when it refers to the NATO office?
A: It's NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen.
Q: Can you clarify: Marine Corps. Commandant and Four-Star General James F. Amos.
A: It's Marine Corps Commandant Gen. James Amos ... (four-star is not needed because it's understood from the rank.)
*** Read my blog post on AP Style for military ranks, sevice member. ***