Catching up with LinkGuard

Dix, John
October 2000
Network World;10/09/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 41, p56
Trade Publication
Editorial. Reveals that LinkGuard's efforts to rid broken Web links has turned out a problem bigger than company founder Franck Jeannin first thought. Creation of the LinkMap database of public Internet links; Use of the links as a source of Internet traffic; Comparison between actual and estimated number of links per Web page.


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