A new book has revealed some of the Internet's most inadvertently amusing web addresses. This hilarious book is aptly named
"Slurls: They Called Their Website What?"
Because of this rule that there should not be a space in the URL, this confusion occurs leading to funny words when read differently.
Here are some examples:
* The home page for celebrity agent database Who Represents, is addressed www.whorepresents.com (got it?)
* An Italian home page for energy company Powergen carries the address "powergenitalia".
* Experts Exchange - a site where programmers can exchange advice - is listed at www.expertsexchange.com (read it again if you are not smart)
* Speed of Art - an art collective - can be reached at www.speedofart.com
* Therapist Finder - a directory for therapy services - is located at www.therapistfinder.com.
I wonder why the Internet Technologies have not yet found a solution to allow space in the URL!