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Leaving a trail of dead dot coms in its wake... Posted on 07/10/2002.

So, appropos of a friend's relocation, I thought I'd click to Maxi Magazine, a webzine she used to write. It's pretty much moribund. On the homepage is a link to e-postcards, and I love e-postcards. So I clicked it.

That took me to this no-longer-existing page, which redirected me to ChickClick's homepage, which is a notice of its demise. I clicked on the link to "". Which immediately redirected me to

Maybe it's just me who finds this funny.

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You want funny. Get in the wayback machine with me, baby.
Posted by Whit @ 07/12/2002 10:02 PM PST [link to this comment]

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