July 20, 2004

Webmastering is hard...
Posted by Dale Franks

...especially if you have a very big web site to manage. Pages get erased inadvertantly. Over time, links get broken, because it's so hard to update everything. That's probably why the text of Joe Wilson's New York Times op/ed piece, "What I didn't Find in Africa" no longer works at John Kerry's...uh, I mean, Joe Wilson's Restore Honesty web site.

Hold on a sec...

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Now, that's odd. If you go to the John Kerry web site and do a search for "Joe Wilson", or "Joseph Wilson", or "Ambassador Wilson", it doesn't return any documents at all that actually mention Joe Wilson. Huh. Nothing mentioning Joe WIlson's web site if you do a search for "Restore Honesty" or "restorehonesty.com", either.

Man, is that just the wierdest coincidence, or what?

(Via Tim Blair)

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Woooo whitewash.

Posted by: David at July 20, 2004 10:00 PM

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