What does URL stand for and where did it come from?
URL stands for Uniform Resource Locator, and it's the address of a web page on the world wide web (WWW). The Uniform Resource Locator was created in 1994 by Tim Berners-Lee and the URI working group of the Internet Engineering Task Force.
This is my URL. It combines a domain name (storybeader) and a file path syntax (.com).
If you want your own URL, I recommend you check out Go Daddy, whose corporate offices are based in Scottsdale, Arizona. They are probably the world's largest domain name registrar and Web hosting provider. Many people, like myself who blog, pay a small fee every year to "own" their URL. Presently, they have more than 55 million domain names under management.
Come see what others bloggers think about over at Ms. Jenny's ...off on my tangent...
when confronted with the Letter U