QUOTE(Z.I.P. @ Jul 22 2008, 03:52 AM)
If you're ready for my complaint, here it is: Why do you have to put that freakin' "www." in front to get to the site. That's a small detail that makes a difference to those who fail to include it and thus can't find the site. Aren't most websites today able to be connected with or without dub, dub, dub? And I know it is very easy for the designer to make it work either way.
The letters "www" are commonly found at the beginning of Web addresses because of the long-standing practice of naming Internet hosts (servers) according to the services they provide. So for example, the host name for a Web server is often "www"; for an FTP server, "ftp"; and for a USENET news server, "news" or "nntp" (after the news protocol NNTP). These host names appear as DNS subdomain names, as in "www.example.com".Some Web browsers will automatically try adding "www." to the beginning, and possibly ".com" to the end, of typed URLs if no host is found without them. Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, and Opera will also prefix "http://www." and append ".com" to the address bar contents if the Control and Enter keys are pressed simultaneously. For example, entering "example" in the address bar and then pressing either just Enter or Control+Enter will usually resolve to "http://www.example.com", depending on the exact browser version and its settings.
PS I like the newer look of the website, a much needed update. Only thing it is missing is this link