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Tag: Carrying On
By JGillman, Section News
From time to time maintenance on any site must be done. One of the unfortunate tasks is the removal of links in our blogroll. Over time people stop blogging, get caught in real life to the exclusion of their writing and sometimes even meet their maker.
This morning, I started a process which will add to the ongoing relevance of the remaining links to (primarily Michigan based) conservative blogs in the lower right section of the front page. By removing links that are either outdated or simply bad, it will help diehard RightMichigan.com reader see the freshest content and stay up to date without wasting time on links to nowhere. If there are links we should have that arenot included already PLEASE let me know!
Below is a list of the links that were removed today. So far the editing has only gone through the "Cs".
The following blogs were removed.
An American for Common Sense
The Blog Prof
I will be performing more as the week progresses.
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