On Sun, Jul 29, 2007 at 06:20:58PM -0400, Steve Summit wrote:
I can't begin to untangle all the rhetorical
and sarcastic remarks here, but: the point is that, for the
current issue at least, there *is* a de facto ban on links to
slashdot. All sorts of random editors, at least some of them
presumably innocent and well-meaning, are asking questions about
the Slashdot story, and those questions are being methodically
removed without a trace.
"those questions are being methodically removed without a trace" --
oh, really? How is that "without a trace" being implemented? Oversight?
Or is your statement just another part of "all the rhetorical
questions, strawmen, and sarcastic remarks here"?
Sean Barrett | I have often been accused... of deliberately
sean(a)epoptic.com | appealing to the salacious and evil-minded.
| [... But t]en million Americans can't all be
| salacious and evil-minded. --Mae West, 1929