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Spoiled link collections

The lower half of my Hub page (home page) consists of links to link collections. I created these link collections in 1995 to 1997. People who often used Web since then must be familiar with the contents of this entry, so they do not need to read it. At that time, search engines were not so useful as in today. I created the link collections mainly for my personal memorandum as written in my Hub page, but the reason why a memorandum was necessary was that it was difficult to find information that I once found by a search engine. After I started to use Google, I could find most of the information quickly again, so I did not feel writing memorandums necessary. Now we can easily take a memorandum everywhere by using a content managemnet system on Web, but at that time I had to Telnet to the Website and write HTML texts with tags by a text editor. Because it took much time to create the link collections, I cannot throw them away easily although most of the links are dead.

P. S. A related content is in Wasting link collections.

Keywords: WWW, Web, Link collection


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