The web’s weakest links

Dan Gilmour, an avid exponent of how people can be empowered as new media users critiques the use of hyperlinks on the worldwide web.

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    I’m kind of reluctant to join the neappwser site to read a single story, but I thank you for the post anyhow. I’d like to see more coverage of Yucca Mountain, although that subject does not seem to interest the public very much. As I recall, June is the date set for an application to certify Yucca Mountain as a nuclear waste repository. I have read that over $100 million has been sent just in preparation of the official application. Can you comment on what is happening with Yucca Mountain now?

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