Byline: Dwayne Fatherree
I get a few phone calls every week from people who are trying to find certain Web sites but just can't seem to get them to load right.
I'll patiently guide them step by step, then have them say the screen shows a list of links, not the site they want.
"No, don't type the address in the search window," I explain calmly. "You need to type it in the address bar of the browser."
To many users, there is no difference between the browser window on their computers and the servers and services that the browser allows them to access. And, because search services like Yahoo, Google and MSN have found new ways of presenting …