Life is fluid. This blog is ALWAYS UNDER CONSTRUCTION! If you want something set, stable and eternal find a tombstone! ~~Peta de Aztlan
I created the Liberation Now! Blog and will utilize it to post my own personal analyses on various subjects related to the true liberty of and for all people upon Mother Earth and to help in the process of building up a strong People’s Liberation Movement inside the United States!
I will strive to distinguish between mere rhetoric and connected reality in order to share my thoughts on past history, current events in the world at large and visions for the future.
The URL Websource for this blog on the Internet is:Maybe I have created too many blogs here and need to focus more on one big expensive website, BUTTT being poor I cannot afford one right now.
I am here reminded of the morning I woke up homeless by the Sacramento River without a pot to piss in, not even a paper and pen, BUTTT I held onto my faith in Creator God and his Advocate Jesus Christ!
Nowadays I have the luxury of being on the Internet via wireless broadband on my own Personal Computer. I will make my voice be known throughout the land and strive to be a voice for the voiceless, be; I will be a liberated liberate writer for all who are unable to read or write because they are illiterate.
I know I have a responsibility to write. I have some blogs already:
Note: the Humane-Rights-Agenda Blog came out of the Humane-Rights-Agenda Yahoo Group, which in turn, is a quiet portal for the HumanE Liberation Party.
Other Related Blogs:
We want liberation now in our lifetime! Liberty or Death!
End the Amerikan Occupation of Iraq!
Peter S. Lopez ~ aka Peta de Aztlan
Sacramento, California, U.S.A.
FYI: Definition of URL
Stands for "Uniform Resource Locator." It is the address of a specific Web site or file on the Internet. A URL cannot have spaces or certain other characters and uses forward slashes to denote different directories. Some examples of URLs are http://www.sharpened.net/glossary/acronyms.php, http://www.wheaton.edu/, and ftp://info.apple.com/.
As you can see, not all URLs begin with "http". The first part of a URL indicates what kind of resource it is addressing. Here is a list of the different resource prefixes:
http - a hypertext directory or document (such as a web page)
ftp - a directory of files or an actual file available to download
gopher - a gopher document or menu
telnet - a Unix-based computer system that you can log into
news - a newsgroup
WAIS - a database or document on a Wide Area Information Search database
file - a file located on your hard drive or some other local drive
The second part of a URL (after the "://") contains the address of the computer being located as well as the path to the file.
For example, in "http://www.cnet.com/Content/Reports/index.html," "www.cnet.com" is the address or domain name of the host computer and "/Content/Reports/index.html" is the path to the file. When a address ends with a slash and not something like ".html" or ".php," the Web server typically defaults to a file in the current directory named "index.html" or "index.php."
So, if you type in "http://www.sharpened.net/" and "http://www.sharpened.net/index.php," you should get the same page.
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