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04 Dec 2008 12:32 PM  

Why didn't my long post get posted?
When writing long posts (multi-paragraph content that requires 20 minutes or hours to create), please prepare your content locally on an external editor such as MS notepad instead of writing everything through the web browser. Due to the web being a stateless medium and factors that may affect the successful transmission of data such as web server connection errors, a user's internet connection error, and expiring cookies, it is possible that the content you create may not be submitted to our web server. It is advised that users post content as soon as possible and save any multi-paragraph posts locally before submitting the content to the website.

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