[B-Greek] Use TinyURL instead of long URLs for web-sites

Carl W. Conrad cwconrad at artsci.wustl.edu
Fri Oct 12 21:15:46 EDT 2007

On Oct 12, 2007, at 3:26 PM, Bryant J. Williams III wrote:

> To read the endorsements which cover a wide theological spectrum  
> see the
> following URL (Yes, that is one loooonnnngggg URL address!!!!:)))))
> http://www.bakeracademic.com/ME2/Audiences/dirmod.asp? 
> type=EcomBB&mod=E%2DCommerce%3A%3AProduct 
> +Catalog&mid=70B7D6357AC74DCE82EF28E7D375E854&tier=3&id=05962F1D53EA49 
> 7BA187CFD277EDEBFE&ntier1=&ntier2=&ntier3=&ntier4=&ntier5=

If you are not familiar with TinyUrl you ought to become familiar  
with it:

Foxfire has a Mozilla add-on TinyRrl Creator that will put a TinyUrl  
for any page you're on into your clipboard to paste into any  
document  or e-mail. This is a big help, since clicking on these long  
2-3+-line URLs with word-wrap often will not work.

Carl W. Conrad
Department of Classics, Washington University (Ret)

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