Jocelyn McAuley on mon 13 aug 01
> i almost gave up, because every time i typed the
> on my yahoo search, got the following answer:
I guess this is a lesson on assumed knowledge.
If you see a string of connected words and letters that begins with
http:// or www do not search for it. This is a url- your address for the
page. Type it in the address/location space at the top of your browser
and press enter.
Search engines are designed to find content, and even then "clayart
cookbook" may not have registered with very many of them yet.
Jocelyn McAuley ><<'> firstname.lastname@example.org
Marta Matray Gloviczki on mon 13 aug 01
.. in case if any other clayarter tried to order the
clayart cookbook, and had the same problem i had...
i almost gave up, because every time i typed the
on my yahoo search, got the following answer:
sorry, no resuts were found---
and i tried again and again without success.
well, i said big deal, i dont like to cook, anyway...
luckily, today i mentioned it to my son---> he knows
what he is doing, he knows computers, and it was a
piece of cake for him,... i got the look- of course...
and he ordered the cookbook for me.
so for other fellow illiterate web-users (sounds like
abusers) DO NOT GIVE UP! ask for help, and somehow
you`ll be able to order your cookbook!(dont ask me, i
still have no clue)
my best regards,
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