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“As December marches onward towards Christmas, Here aremy latestfinds forcoupon codes and linksto great science related toys and stocking stuffers …”
“Once you post, emailthe linksto firstname.lastname@example.org with RotB Link Love in the subject line.”
“In recent years Italian authorities have arrested several Algerians suspected of linksto the Islamist militant group, al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb”
“Chris Raettig, the poor guy who got nastygrammed by KPMG for linking to their site, responds to the ensuing controversy. the weblogging community in particular seems to have really pickedup on this. it's not hard to understand why; to most webloggerslinking is * everything*. so something that seems to go againstthe free-linking nature of blogdom (and the web generally) isbound to evoke strong feeling. i've been following a lot of weblogstoday and the comments have amused, amazed and heartened me. a lotof people have defiantly provided (often a comical number of) linksto kpmg.com. often with derisive or snide remarks. metafilterdeclared; "lets make today 'link to kpmg day!'". go bloggers! go bloggers!”
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