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Thursday, February 03, 2005 

The ethics of linking

Tyler has an interesting post up about this topic. Which I'm linking to. Infinite recursion beckons.

Seriously though, he lays out the main points on either side pretty nicely. I agree with him, partly because working in the media has convinced me that you absolutely not pretend that you are responsible for every interpretation of what you put out there.

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