Published: Aug 18 2010 / 00:48
Like you've never found a broken or wrong link before? :-)
Well its fixed now so thank you kindly.
PS And voting down an article for one incorrect link seems a bit - well - mean...
A broken link is one thing. But inserting a link purporting to go to product A going to competing product B? Give me a break. But I'm removing the down vote since it's fixed.
So you think I'm in the pay of Microsoft trying to get innocent Google Maps users to move over to their product
If only :-)
The truth is I was looking something up on the Bing Maps site to compare it to Google Maps and screwed up pasting the URL.
It happens - it isn't a conspiracy or an attempt to confuse or influence.
And as soon as you pointed it out I fixed it. So thanks for pointing it out.
Html tags not supported. Reply is editable for 5 minutes. Use [code lang="java|ruby|sql|css|xml"][/code] to post code snippets.