bluelink

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bluelink (plural bluelinks)

  1. Alternative spelling of blue link.
    • 1995, Ben Schorr, Just Downloaded Netscape, comp.os.ms-windows.nt.misc:
      IP> I just downloaded the Netscape 3.0 beta. It is very nice. There / I think this is Netscape 2.0 beta 3, by the way (the one that's been / weeks), just before you all go off tapping that bluelink... I haven' / anything about Netscape 3.0 yet.
    • 2002, Jim, ebay artwork, alt.autos.studebaker:
      People on PCs and people on other ISP tell me sometimes they can't get to my / website when I send a bluelink
    • 2008, Phoebe Ayers, Charles Matthews, Ben Yates, How Wikipedia works: and how you can be a part of it, No Starch Press Series, p. 235:
      Creating a redirect in this case is detrimental: it creates a useless dead end, and it turns the redirect page title into a bluelink, whereas a redlink might attract the attention of an author who would want to write the article.
Last modified on 2 December 2011, at 11:26