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    Monday, 31 January 2011


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    A minor example which conforms to your theory.

    As part of a recent intranet homepage redesign project we removed some links to external news sites which we felt were no longer necessary due to people's increased familiarity with the web.

    An explanation from the grapevine which surfaced in one feedback session was that this was done: "...because if we have to type the address in, you can track it and see what websites we look at."

    Still working on an anti-story for that one..!

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