Dead links on the Million Dollar Homepage

Posted to Statistics  |  Tags: ,  |  Nathan Yau

Remember the Million Dollar Homepage from 2005? It sold ad space to anyone who was interested for one dollar per pixel, and there were one million pixels available. All spots were filled, and it gave a burst of bunch of other million dollar homepages that turned out to be zero dollar homepages.

David Yanofsky for Quartz returned to the homepage to look at link rot. 22 percent of links on the homepage are dead.

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