We’ve all had this frustrating experience: you’re browsing the internet and come across an interesting link. You click on the link, but instead of being presented with the content you are expecting, you receive an error message: “404 Error: The page that you requested could not be found.”
The bane of every overworked web developer, 404 error messages are usually the result of a typo or a sloppy reconfiguration of a website’s architecture. It can create a frustrating user experience depending on the content you’re looking for, but it is generally isolated to one particular page on a website.
Now imagine that instead of the occasional broken link, entire swaths of the internet are reduced to error messages. And the next . . .
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