The other day, when I wanted to obtain a copyright for my book, Give Her the Stars, I visited the US copyright website and was quickly frustrated. After a couple of hours and a phone call to my computer tech son, who was frustrated more quickly than I was, I finally discovered a step by step (for total idiots) video explaining how to obtain a copyright. After watching the first few seconds I knew my problem: the website has to be used through Explorer in order to function. Once I opened the website in Explorer, obtaining a copyright was easy.
Did I mention that I discovered that this blog isn't half what I see in Firefox when I open it in Explorer?
I have objections to Explorer.
My reasons are probably irrational.
Doesn't Microsoft run enough of the world already?
Can't all you wonderful readers just get Firefox?
I wonder if I have the same problem when the blog opens in Chrome?
I'll have to find out.
I found out. Chrome works.
I had a friend who uses Mac check. He says Apple works.
So, maybe you people who use Explorer should think about finding a new web browser and save Explorer for government sites.
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