This entry stemmed from a few confessions of blog illiteracy...So, Katie, Miranda, Brittany, and Jenna are going to learn-- together-- how to use the "hyperlinks" function.
Okay, Katie here. M, B, J: any places you want to link to?
J: How about YouTube?
M: Or the website with the bus stories? I had a funny one this morning with a couple who were clearly enamored with each other, kissing and reminiscing, and the man loaks at his partner wistfully and says, "It all began with a bottle of wine and can of Pringles..."
B: It's hard to top that bus story... still thinking about a website!
K: Okay, let's link to a Youtube thingy, "Overheard in Minneapolis," and, if all else fails us, MetroTransit. (M also just mentioned that arbitrary misspellings bother her, and she has a great example, to which we will link mysteriously.)
So, to do hyperlinks, you will need the url of the site to which you want to link. And that's about it. Also, the little chainlink icon in the composing window will help so that you don't have to know html. Because, feh.
Here's a youtube url: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FjhOBiSk8Gg
Now, to make it clickable and pretty, you set it up:
Check out [wait here and hit the hyperlink button]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FjhOBiSk8Gg.
To get the words to link, and not just the ugly ol' URL, delete the stuff between these brackets (>stuff here<) and replace it with whatever word you want to link. So now, check out The The Impotence of Proofreading.
So, bus stories--hit it, Miranda:
This. *Drives Miranda crazy*
J: Well, that's about it! My job is to close out this blog, and I am not witty. Alas, Adieu.