And I don’t like Drupal. Sites that use it
things URLs like
for their seminar list.
And can we get rid of the
“What’s your web site?”
“double-u double-u double-u …”
URLs should be meaningful and short. I like deep hierarchies of folders, but it makes for long URLs.
URL-shorteners help, but you don’t really want to read out (or type) one of those short URLs. And they tell you nothing about where they’re going.
But…I guess you could just say “I’ll send you an email.”
And while I have your attention, note that the title of your web page shows up on Google (and at the top of the browser).
It’s nice to see others make use of my html code, but you shouldn’t leave my name in the title of your publication page.
Put the important words first, and perhaps nothing else. For example, the title shouldn’t include “Drupal”.
Update: Read this: “URLs are for People, not Computers”
I could have just given the URL (though it’s now dead so I’m linking to archive.org.