Useless URLs, Chapter #1

I see this so often I’ve decided to start a channel here to try to educate people on the effectiveness (or not) of using web addresses or URLs in both online and offline situations.

In this installment, I was stuck in traffic behind this van the other day. This URL was staring in me in the face for probably eons longer than any casual observer would ever see it for, yet, I wouldn’t be able to get to this website if my life depended on it:


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