Try New OED

Joel S. Berson Berson at ATT.NET
Tue Jan 18 17:25:40 UTC 2011

But if you wish to close your browser, do log out
-- at the very bottom right corner, the most
inconvenient place on a page they could put
it.  If you don't log out and close your browser,
you most likely won't be allowed to log in again
for some hours -- they keep your session open,
and think you're an unauthorized second user on the account.


At 1/13/2011 12:35 AM, Wilson Gray wrote:
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>On Wed, Jan 12, 2011 at 11:29 PM, Baker, John <JMB at> wrote:
> > at least some do not.
>Isn't that the sad truth?
>IAC, thanks for the info. And yes, it works. Like a charm, in fact. It
>seems to be possible to "log in," bookmark the start-page, go to some
>other site, then bookmark back to the OED without having to "log in,"
>Of course, it's possible to get the same effect by simply opening a
>new window. But, for those times when you google something without
>having remembered to open a new window, it's a mitzve to be able to go
>back and not have to sign in all over again.
>All say, "How hard it is that we have to die!"­­a strange complaint to
>come from the mouths of people who have had to live.
>­Mark Twain
>Once that we recognize that we do not err out of laziness, stupidity,
>or evil intent, we can uncumber ourselves of the impossible burden of
>trying to be permanently right. We can take seriously the proposition
>that we could be in error, without necessarily deeming ourselves
>idiotic or unworthy.
>­Kathryn Schulz
>The American Dialect Society -

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