Comments:Astronomers discover largest star on record
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|Comments from feedback form - "everything thats important is ..."||0||21:05, 7 June 2011|
|Comments from feedback form - "nice work. thanks"||0||15:54, 1 August 2010|
|Comments from feedback form - "This isn't the largest star, i..."||1||00:50, 29 July 2010|
|Comments from feedback form - "Its interesting"||0||01:37, 25 July 2010|
|Comments from feedback form - "to whom it may concern: why ca..."||1||09:36, 25 July 2010|
|Comments from feedback form - "Very clear explanations, nice ..."||0||12:16, 23 July 2010|
This isn't the largest star, it is the most massive. Just because the average person doesn't know the difference, doesn't mean the techical acuracy of the article should suffer.
Well that may be... but i don't think you should be insulting the intellect of everyone when you can't spell accuracy (as well as technical). So it may be that the article shouldn't suffer. Your feedback... well has, but even if you know how to spell accuracy or technical and you just happen not to catch it. It just means your method for feedback is less then efficient. Have a nice day and be kind ;) emoticons
to whom it may concern: why cant i share this report via email since i only use email and refuse to be coerced into using facebook. willa bluesky july 24/10
You can! Most web browsers have a 'send link' command.
I don't think anyone here is trying to coerce you into using the social networking websites. The person who made the 'share this' buttons merely made it as easy as email for those who do use those sites.