Last night I tweeted an article from one of my favorite business mags about an organization called Notfound.org. They are taking the concept of pictures of missing kids on milk cartons and tweeking it to use space on 404 pages (those pages you occasionally get when you’re looking for content on a web site and it’s not there):
“Across the European Union, thousands of children go missing every year. Thanks to the NotFound project, you can make a difference. Install our application and a picture of a missing child automatically gets published on every ‘page not found’ of your website. Together, we can find them.”
I liked the idea so much I altered my 404 page to now use Notfound.org‘s code. Let me know if you run across it (and then please let me know what you were trying to find so I can fix it).
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