Feigning normality since 1973
The importance of checking what you're linking to
Filed in: Website Management.
There's a page devoted to links to sites of Marvel comics workers, one of whom is named "Mel Bush". I'm fairly certain it's not the same Mel Bush that the Mel Bush page on my site is about, because, for one thing, that Mel Bush is a fictional character and unlikely to be drawing comics for Marvel. The proprietor of that site doesn't appear to have checked and gone ahead and linked anyway.
Not that I'm going to complain about getting links, but if you're going to link to a page, at least check that the page is what you think it is.
For some reason I'm completely unable to load anything on that domain - I presume they've blocked all traffic from Xtra for some reason, because I always get a timeout. Google's cache is a wonderful thing.
Posted May 25, 2005 12:58 AM
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