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Publication of my book: Detroit Steel Artists
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Hello Packard friends,

I'm extremely excited and proud to announce the publication of my book!

Detroit Steel Artists

Packard is an important part of the story. Books will be available on Amazon very soon. Check out my book's website at DetroitSteelArtists.com

Matt

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Re: Publication of my book: Detroit Steel Artists
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Thanks, Matt. Looking forward to seeing the book. What will the price be?

Posted on: 3/20 18:34
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Hi Matt,
I did try and visit your book's website, but it doesn't come up under DetroitSteelArtists.com
Maybe the website's not live yet? Interested to check your book out. Chris.

Posted on: 3/20 20:00
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Hi,

Unfortunately, it takes time for google to recognize the website. Bing and duckduckgo searches recognize the website. You can also enter the web address directly. Thanks.

Matt

Posted on: 3/20 22:47
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It also depends on the type of server as domain names are ALWAYS lower case (just as email addresses are) only but some are not case-sensitive. Try all lower as it seems to work for me.

Posted on: 3/21 3:34
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Google Chrome found it immediately.

Posted on: 3/21 4:52
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PackardDon wrote:
It also depends on the type of server as domain names are ALWAYS lower case (just as email addresses are) only but some are not case-sensitive. Try all lower as it seems to work for me.


Often domain names AND email addresses are upper and lower case. I think you're right, tho, some servers don't like the upper case. I've never had a problem with it using Chrome or Firefox.

Posted on: 3/21 8:25
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Often domain names AND email addresses are upper and lower case. I think you're right, tho, some servers don't like the upper case. I've never had a problem with it using Chrome or Firefox.


Yes, they are often used upper and lower case but they are not supposed to be as it’s against the standard protocol. Typically, though, browsers will make them lower case on their own (Firefox does but I would never allow Chrome on any PC or device so can’t speak for it) but anything after the domain name is case-sensitive. For example, Index.html and inDex.html are two different files and can coexist in the same folder on a Web server.

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Re: Publication of my book: Detroit Steel Artists
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Hi,

My books are on the way. They will be available on Amazon on March 25!

Best,

Matt

Posted on: 3/22 21:03
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