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Your shorten-routine for links has a small bug in it.

Because this url has an ' in it, you cut it short:

http://danielfrost.dk/post/2013/04/15/Remember-to-think-a-bit-extra-when-using-async-void’s.aspx

You cut it where the ' starts.

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marked as duplicate by Shadow Wizard, hammar, hims056, Lucifer, yhw42 Jun 4 '13 at 12:38

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In this case you need to format the link in this format: []()

For e.g. write the following in the comment:

[http://danielfrost.dk/post/2013/04/15/Remember-to-think-a-bit-extra-when-using-async-void’s.aspx](http://danielfrost.dk/post/2013/04/15/Remember-to-think-a-bit-extra-when-using-async-void’s.aspx)

It will show you like this:

http://danielfrost.dk/post/2013/04/15/Remember-to-think-a-bit-extra-when-using-async-void’s.aspx

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cool, thanks!!! –  danielovich Jun 4 '13 at 7:38
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Also, why not dress up the link while you're at it? Naked URLs are ugly. –  hammar Jun 4 '13 at 7:39

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