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But along the way I was reminded of another www feature that exasperates me to no end: domain-squatter pages that are so spiffily designed and have such a carefully constructed Related Links list that you have to study the page for many seconds before you realize that it isn't a real site's home page and it will not answer your question.
I just can't get to where I want to go.
When you come across a page by accident
and later when you want to go back to the original page you can't find the #### thing anywhere even when you follow every single link that's even remotely likely, and by this time you've forgotten what search term led you to the site in the first place, so you can't simply look for it again, and everything in your browser history takes you to the same wrong page, and...
I remember a post in the copyright forum here where the OP was complaining about the quality of outsourced articles which they found to be full of spelling mistakes and grammatical errors, and basically asking how to "train writers in English"..
* The fact that ecommerce is still so easily defrauded all these years later because the simple solutions to fraud, like typing in a PIN or verifying purchases via SMS on the CC holders phone, still aren't being done and we all suffer with increasing prices thanks to complacent CC companies afraid to make a dent in their cash flow by possibly inconveniencing shoppers and it's all at the merchant's and consumers expense.
[edited by: Leosghost at 12:37 pm (utc) on Jan 3, 2013]