Wired is supposed to be techy, right?

Why can’t they figure out their blog summary code? It has looked like this as long as I have been reading it. Most of the summaries include blog-only code (like “previous image-next image” above) or errors in passing non-text elements (“???” everywhere!) “Beyond the beyond” was the worst offender, but they seem to have finally gotten rid of that.

Do not get me wrong: I love Wired. I have had a dead-tree subscription for well over a decade. This won’t even effect my near-daily refreshing of their website. It just seems a little out of character for a company that helped start it all, survived the dot-com crash and is still on the cutting edge of all that is cutting edge.

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