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On 14 Jun 2007, at 14:31, Wendy M. Chapman wrote:

>
> We use More or Read More - though I've never done any research on how
> effective these might be...
[snip]

This can be a PITA for folk using screen readers. People often browse  
through the links so all you hear is a whole series of "read more...  
read more... read more..." :-)

Also - from a more mercantile perspective - more descriptive text  
helps with SEO too.

Cheers,

Adrian

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