Strange URL Behaviour
I'm wondering how sites these days are managing their content and AJAX calls.
How is it that Facebook is able to have a URL like:
without with / on the end of zuck like
This is obviously really handy as they don't actually need to create a sub-directory called zuck.
I noticed as well that places like http://hypem.com/popular is doing it too. Convenient for them as they're able to run their media player without breaks and they don't need to to have a # in their URL.
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