Barry Barnes wrote: "YES, I do something with websites I've created several
hundred webpages, created and manage a dozen websites, and created and manage
six webrings. Having spent 41 years I the computer field..."
If that were so, then you would be aware:
That cutting and pasting the long string of a web address is chancy at best.
That when sending a web address, the recipient is better served when the sender
That when directing someone to an eBay auction, the recipient is also better
served when the sender uses http://tinyurl.com/ taking them to the correct
page, or gives the recipient the Item Number and directs them to copy and paste
the short number only in the "Search" box at http://www.ebay.com/.
Life really can be made so much simpler for people.
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