VFR becomes more user friendly

VFR continues to improve. Thanks to our tech expert Alan M., the title of each entry on the main page now contains an embedded link to the permanent page of the entry. So, in order to read the whole entry, you no longer need to click on the time stamp or on “More” at the bottom of the initial part of the entry on the main page, you can just click on the title itself. That’s the way it is at most blogs and websites; VFR has been behind the times.

(However, if you’d like there to be a link for Facebook and Twitter at the beginning of each entry, you’re out of luck. VFR is not that modern. As a concession, there is a link for Facebook and Twitter in the sidebar.)

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The Dutch blogger “Snouck Hurgronje” writes:

Great to see that VFR is becoming more user friendly.

What about VFR becoming more German-friendly?

In your article on Detroit’s fate you used the spelling “Götterdämerung” for “Twilight of the Gods.” The correct German spelling of “twilight” is “Dämmerung,” with two m’s. You get the alien diaereses (ö and ä) right, but you botch the spelling, Sir. Surely you are not so close to your fate that you no longer care about these things? That would be horrific!

LA replies:

In the same Send/Receive as your e-mail, I received an e-mail from an Austrian reader who pointed out the same spelling error, regarding an entry that was posted almost 28 hours ago. Talk about synchronicity!

Posted by Lawrence Auster at June 12, 2012 11:50 AM | Send

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