A DuckDuckGo bang command (!?)* searches a website using the search feature provided by that website. In this post, these bang commands are links. That is, they have links embedded in them.
An asterisk may have a link embedded in it – as in the third example below. If there is no link embedded in an asterisk, the asterisk refers to a footnote.
When in parentheses, bang commands link to results of a search for what they follow. When not, they link to results of a search for what they precede:
!yt Unitarian Church of Vancouver / YouTube
Unitarians care less about belief, more about how to live.*
“he taught a way of life” / Salzberg on Goenka on Buddha (!?)
An asterisk with a prepended exclamation point looks like a bang command and links to results of a search on a site that has no custom bang command:
Entries made in the sermons document before 2022 used this faux bang command to link to posts on this website. They now use an asterisk.*
☛To find out where a link is going to take you, move the pointer over it, pause to read the destination your browser displays – at the bottom left of the screen or wherever – and then click (or not).
*a link – see a note on notes and links
The line above is a suggested footnote for any document that follows the conventions this post follows.
This post is a lit stall post previously published on January 3, 2022. The publication date now displayed is the date of the latest material update.
In the bulleted list below are the three latest posts tagged as lit stall posts.
- A note on notes and links
- Covenant of Healthy Relations / site:vancouverunitarians.ca
- UCV community links and a virtual literature stall