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NOTE: If you go to http://intl-gerontologist.gerontologyjournals.org and notice that it changes to http://gerontologist.gerontologyjournals.org/ that means our system has automatically detected that you are using a very-high-speed research-network connection between Stanford University (where the The Gerontologist Online server is located) and your organization. This network is called "Internet2" (or "Abilene"). Our server automatically uses that very-high-speed path instead of http://intl-gerontologist.gerontologyjournals.org.
What is http://intl-gerontologist.gerontologyjournals.org ? Using this URL should make inconsistent web service good and consistent. It will not make already good and consistent web service necessarily any better.
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This Tip for Better Web Browsing is part of a set of tips
that has been developed to help you use The Gerontologist Online faster, better and
This Tip for Better Web Browsing is part of a set of tips that has been developed to help you use The Gerontologist Online faster, better and easier.
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