September 16, 2002

THE NATION now has weblogs. Well, sort of. As TAPPED points out, they don’t seem to have any links in them. Hey, guys: linkage is what makes a weblog interesting and useful. Otherwise it’s just an oped in pixels.

Maybe The Nation just needs to teach its staff how to make a link in HTML. It’s not rocket science.

UPDATE: Oliver Willis emails to note that the Nation weblogs have permalinks — if you click on “more” it takes you to what appears to be a unique page. Yeah, but what I meant was links to other pages. The ones I looked at were entirely link-free. They need to read what Henry Copeland says.

Comments are closed.
InstaPundit is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to