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Stephen P. Morse's One-Step Database Part II

On June 28, 2005 I wrote a review of the Stephen P. Morse One-Step Database. As you can see by the article, I was clearly confused as to how this site works.

After receiving a comment from Joel Weintraub, a member of the One-Step team, and then receiving an email from Steve Morse himself, I started to understand the site a little bit better.

I had assumed that the words "one-step" meant that when I entered a name at the top of the page that the database would search each folder all at once in "one-step." I was wrong. There is a very thorough explanation of what the site does listed under the Miscellaneous section in the One-Step Portal folder. The explanation is long, but Mr. Morse has actually made it quite entertaining, so it is worth the time spent to understand his website. I apologize to Mr. Morse and Mr. Weintraub for the confusion, and definitely plan on taking advantage of all that this site has to offer in the future.

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Steve Morse has now put a link at the top of his site titled "About this Website and how to use it." So you don't need to find it in the Miscellaneous Section anymore.

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