2001, James T. Bretzke, ''Bibliography on East Asian Religion and Philosophy'', Edwin Mellen Press, (ISBN), page 455:
- (..) I was trying to find a web-site for which I had been given the following address: ''http://www.isop.ucla.edu/pacrim/pubs/korjournal.htm''. (..) I began to work backwards, removing first the last part of the address following the last backslash (''/korjournal.htm'').
2010, Lee Vance, ''The Garden of Betrayal'', Random House (2011), (ISBN), page 25:
- “So, do what I tell you. Open a browser window and type this in the menu(SI) bar: F-T-P colon backslash backslash euronews dot net backslash...”
- I pecked carefully at the keyboard as he dictated a URL that was about fifty characters long, (..)
2010, Frank Barnas and Ted White, ''Broadcast News Writing, Reporting, and Producing'', Fifth Edition, Elsevier, (ISBN), page 114:
- Also, avoid submenus(SI) that can confuse the audience—if you're giving lengthy Web site addresses full of backslashes, shorten it so only the Web site's home page is given.