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ww is the monk formerly known as (pre April 05) as schodckwm which was objected to as "an invitation to typos" by several Monasterians... and which, in fact, was a result of mine own "fat fingers"....

I built and maintain for my town (well, ya' gotta give back something besides taxes).. and concluded (wrongly, but that's another story) that schodackwm -- where "wm" was an idea of how to id "the webmaster" -- would be a fine monkly appelation.

Sad to say, my fingers betrayed me...

At least some monks who felt impelled to reference or msg me clearly wished I'd picked the TLD... but in light of further comments, I msg'ed the gods to change to something even easier to type... (and which happens to be the abbrev for my fname lname (in fact, you can pick the order that suits you) a petition which they graciously granted.

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in thread Name Space by George_Sherston

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