N.A.R.R.P. (Not A Rick Roll Promise)

Pronounced ‘narp’, or ‘N A double R P’.
Have you been plagued by finding Rick Astley’s song “Never Gonna Give You Up” every time you click links from your friends in email? If not, consider yourself lucky (read this for more info –NARRP– http://wiki.ytmnd.com/Rickroll ) . If so, you have a serious Rick Roll’d problem. Fear no more! The latest new technology from the Eyebeam OpenLab (NARRP), defends against the dark art of the Rick Roll’d. N.A.R.R.P. certification (Not A Rick Roll Promise) identifies the information you are presenting as the actual URL to which you are referring, and not a link to a dancing Rick Astely.
Here is an example of how to use NARP certification in an email to a friend:
Dear Sally,
I finally put the video footage from your wedding online, you can check it out here (NARRP):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRYfD2atbJA

This URL can be trusted to contain Sally’s wedding footage due to the (NARRP) certification, and if you click the link you will find Sally’s wedding video (isn’t it beautiful?). Now lets take a look at what can happen if you are not NARRP protected:
Dear Sally,
I finally put the video footage from your wedding online, you can check it out here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHg5SJYRHA0

Oh snap, Sally just got Rick Roll’d hard!
Look for the NARRP and you will stay safe from the Rick Roll.