[LINK] Homeland defense drives citizens to Web
Thu, 20 Feb 2003 12:26:03 +1100
Bernard Robertson-Dunn <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>Homeland defense drives citizens to Web
>By Stefanie Olsen
>Staff Writer, CNET News.com
>February 19, 2003, 1:31 PM PT
They're off to a *reasonable* start, but not a *great* start.
www.homeland.gov didn't work.
So I googled, and quickly got to
That (in a quickly-findable location) offered:
Click here for the Department of Homeland Security
which sends you to:
which of course delivers a 404 Not Found
Deleting the silly space off the end fixes that, but some people won't twig.
Note too that dhhs.gov is the longstanding Health and Human Services Dept.
A quick glance at the HTML suggests that the designers may actually
know something about what they're doing. (Regrettably, that's
But I wonder if there are any MS products involved; and whether the
patches are up-to-date even now, let alone later ...
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