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Links to nonexistent articles in other Wikipedias
The very first version of this article, by Artsojourner, had eight links to "Sean Slemon" in Wikipedias of various languages (Czech, German, etc.). They lasted till a few minutes ago, when I clicked on them and found that every one of them led to an "article does not exist" page. I don't know why they were made. Anyway, I've just now deleted the lot.
Quote by Coffelt
Here's what the article told us:
- * "He gains insight through these pre-existing information sources that posits imaginary boundaries and artificial aesthetic concerns assimilating ways to invoke viewer response." -[[Jon Coffelt]] [http://www.schedlerminchin.com/events.asp?ac=ind&event=7936]
I found that hard to parse. "Posits", with an "s" on the end: So it's not "these [which?] pre-existing information sources" but his insight that posits this and that. Boundaries aside, his insight posits artificial [in contradistinction to naturally occurring?] aesthetic concerns assimilating ways [which ways?] -- I gave up.
There's no point quoting something that's so obscure (or just so badly written).
I clicked on the link. The linked page doesn't even mention Slemon. The same page was given as the "source" for another assertion about Slemon. I removed that too. -- Hoary (talk) 02:21, 8 September 2009 (UTC)
Notable enough to Keep?
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