25 January 2005


Annie Dillard's website had been down for awhile, and today I found out why:

I’ve posted this web-page in defense; a crook bought the name and printed dirty pictures, then offered to sell it to me. I bit. In the course of that I learned the web is full of misinformation.

Some miserable excuse for a human being had better watch out. I know a pretty ruthless bunch that'll have your balls for breakfast. (Right, T?)


Anonymous said...

She can sue for this. And she should. It's called cybersquatting, and it is, sadly, a common practice.

amcorrea said...

I know! I wonder if she realizes this?

(Both J.K. Rowling and Jeanette Winterson won their cybersquatting cases.)