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Re: AKA Site

For those of you who didn't get to look, you are too late!

One of the most difficult problems in running a web site like the AKA's, is 
the difficulty of keeping links current. There are link checkers that will 
find links that don't work, but this one did. Wow, did it!

What had happened is that the original link apparently became defunct and 
someone redirected it to a porn site. Obviously nobody had clicked that 
link for a while, or I am sure I'd have heard something about it.


At 12:58 PM 1/18/2003 -0600, you wrote:
>On 01-18-03 George & Melanie Caruso <caraway at erienet_net> wrote:
> > Hey whats up with the AKA site???? I was browsing the AKA home page
> > and thought I would look at some of the other sites. I clicked on
> > Aquascape Aquarium Magazine Products Magazine. WOW!!! What came up
> > was NOT related to Aquarium products in any way. I think some one
> > needs to check the site to get this junk off of the site.
> > George
> >
>They look like some damn healthy fish to me!
>John N. Alegre                   o
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Adjunct faculty, College of Veterinary Medicine, Oregon State University
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