April 28, 2008
Single-serving sites

It seems weird in this day and age to register a domain and create a webpage that does exactly one thing, but that doesn't seem to have stopped anyone from doing it. And I have to admit, some of them are useful, if limited in scope. I can think of about a million people who should not only bookmark this page but who should make sure it's the first thing programmed onto the chip that will eventually be implanted into their heads some day. And where would Mark Evanier be if he couldn't check on Abe Vigoda's status? By however miniscule an amount, the world would be a lesser place without stuff like that. Thanks to Oliver Willis for the link.

Posted by Charles Kuffner on April 28, 2008 to Websurfing
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