Attention Internet Explorer Users!!

November 14th, 2013

Until Twitter fixes its URL direct message bug, we are using a format that has three slashes after the http. Here is an example: http:///———

If you paste this into Firefox, Chrome or Safari, those browsers will recognize that there is an extra slash (“/”), and will correctly process the link.

Unfortunately, Internet Explorer does not. Meaning if you are using Internet Explorer, you will have to manually remove one of the slashes after you have pasted the link.

Once Twitter resolves their issue with URLs in direct messages, we will immediately switch back to a normal link, with none of the copy/paste hoo ha.

We appreciate your patience in this matter.