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I missed it honestly!Please do not change your link, then I have to update blogger.....Tim, You found my screen catch "interesting"? Glad you checked it out.
makes no difference to me........i don't come here for the spelling
Tim,Frankly I prefer the older version. What are trying to convey with the new name? Make it a bit of a riddle? Don't see the point. In any event, I'll be reading no matter what you do with the name.
I'm more concerned with who's linking to you below: Saudi Arabia - The World's Largest Women's Prison
The older version is easier to read. At least capitalize the first letter of each word!
Yep, better the old way...
The last time you messed with the title of this blog the economy went into a tailspin. Just in case it was not a coincidence I suggest you leave the title as it was. Nottomentionthefactthatnoonecanreadit.
I vote for C++ coding style...theMessThatGreenspanMade
That's called camel case Mr. C++I like the old one better.
For a long time, I have been trying to convince everybody to use capital letters to make long domain names easier to remember.The domain name system was designed to be case-insensitive. That allows us to use case for our advantage.Other pet peeves that I have are that every browser changes the names I type in to all lower-case. Don't do this. If I type in TheMessThatGreenspanMade.BlogSpot.com then leave that in the URL window.Use case. It makes the domain name easier to read, and easier to remember. In some cases, it also disambiguates, eg: WindRiver vs WinDriver.Be smart. Use case. Because you can.Ken Hendrickson
It's back to the original - saw someone write it all lower case with no spacing the other day and thought it looked neat - it looked less neat by the hour after I changed it here - should've known better...
Tim,Too much time on your hands. Go ride a bike or something instead.
I love the new one except for the dull font
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