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Per WP:ELOFFICIAL: "More than one official link should be provided only when the additional links provide the reader with unique content and are not prominently linked from other official websites. For example, if the main page of the official website for an author contains a link to the author's blog and Twitter feed, then it is not appropriate to provide links to all three."
I checked Amelin's official website, and his Twitter and YouTube links are available on the front page. (His Facebook page is also, which is one of the reasons I removed that link when an anonymous editor added it this morning.) Any objections to removing Twitter and YouTube from this article's External links section, based on the external link guideline I quoted above? —C.Fred (talk) 13:56, 28 August 2011 (UTC)