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05-22-99, 04:30 PM
You ever considered a Domain Name for the site such as:
Something shorter than current URL and easier to remember.
Drifter........with no typing skills and a bad memory.
05-22-99, 10:04 PM
While a shorter domain name would be helpful, a simplier solution Steve, would be to use a full compability browser with favorites/bookmarks. That way you don't have to try to remember all them letters. http://www.georgia-outdoors.com/ubbngto/wink.gif
05-22-99, 10:45 PM
I use NGTO as my Home page so it pops up when I log on.
I was thinking about the covenience of a short domain name when telling others about the site.
"NGTO dot com" is easier to say and remember when speaking with someone IRL.
BTW.....The bream really dig your Disco Ant pattern. Thanks!
Yeah, that way when chatting in a ishing room.......have ya been to NGTO.com ? It stinks, ...the people there hate strong opinions and there is a list of no-no topics like C&R, corn, stocking, smallmouth, truck chasi..n......ooops. I'd never say that !
Owl, it's gettin late
05-23-99, 11:55 PM
Not surprised about the DiscO'Ant. If tied a little smaller, the trout might enjoy it too! Steeves is a real expert on terristrals, he has an article in www.flyfishamerica.com called Terristrals 101. Very interesting. He also has one of the most extensive collections of insects around. If I can find a very small punch... (need to check with a leather shop). Also sharpened .22 shells work.
If you think NGTO is bad, take a look at the usenet Rec.outdoors.flyfishing (ROFF) We sound like a ladies tea party by comparison. Of course if you like lots of post by Gerhke (Gink, Xink, etc.), do check out ROFF. This guys is a certifible nut.
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