@#11 ... I'm not asking *you* to do anything. ...
OK, my apologies.
As a participant of this august site, I had thought that when you posted a link, you thought that other participants of this site might click through that link.
So you say I was wrong in that appraisal of how discussion board work.
OK. I can live with that....
(you had to know there would be a "but")
Just a couple of days ago I was castigated about this very same topic.
Now I am so confused, oh so confused, as what I should do when I am presented with a link in a message. A naked link with no explanation of what might be in my future if I were to click upon said link.
You surely can understand my quandary. Do I click or don't I click?
I've lost sleep over this.
(yeah, I know, but please don't go there. :) )
NULLIFIDAN says this link is important to my understanding what he is trying to say. But if I click on it, does malware lurk therein?
A link with no, absolutely no, description of what lurks behind it.
The horror of a link gone bad.
What do I do?
The simple answer is I ask what is behind the link. If the link is innocent, I get a reasonable response.
In this case I did not get a reasonable response.