Is a post with no working links really a working post anymore? Oh the philosophical ramifications...
All the links on this post are sadly broken... [more inside]
This post linking to the Globe and Mail's series Talking to the Taliban generated this comment from the quidnunc kid. Somebody at the Globe noticed.
In this deleted thread, the link for the "FAQ entry" is bad. What would it have pointed to?
minor. but could we get a link to MeFi cafe press page on the MeFi etc page? save me poor fingers from wrastlin' the MeTa search box.
Whoa. Metafilter makes a pretty impressive showing in this article (ala The Laurie Garrett Escapade). (Totally found via Condour75's site.)
“In the meantime, ">Spinsanity’s number of unique viewers each month has risen from 432 in April [‘00] to 40,000 in October [‘01].”
If anybody's interested, there's a new article on Blogger up on WebReview.
Matt, either you are the fastest web gun in the west or someones helping you out. In the last 20 minutes you've removed an advertisers link from the front page and fixed more than one bad link. You be fast! Stealth Like ninja, with a silent blade.
Matt, if you pre-filled the value of the input element next to "URL" with "http://" then we'd probably end up with fewer broken links.