Details, schmetails...what a difference a dot makes. And is my -- face -- red!
In the states the phrase dot-com needs no explanation. Many French websites also use this -- called "point-com" -- many also use the "point-fr".
So yesterday when I scribbled my little blog post touting my 15 Nanoseconds of Fame on French TV, I inadvertantly linked to France2 point-com, which turns out to be a juicy little woo-hoo website that has nothing to do with current affairs, at least not in the traditional sense.
Fortunately, a friend alerted me to the error, and I quickly changed the link to point-fr. He recognized that the graphic was not a photo of me; that young woman doesn't have auburn hair!
She was clad in only un string no bigger than a nanosecond. I don't even own un string, yet.
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