Today's story about the, National Archives going online, shows how the Boston Globe is afraid of putting web links in their stories.
In the Globe's coverage, they report The Associated Press story by Eun-Kyung Kim, like this:
The records available on the database system represent a small fraction of the archives' electronic holdings.On the other hand, The Salt Lake Tribune, covers the story this way:
The records available on http://www.archives.gov database system represent a small fraction of the archive's electronic holdings.What's up with that?
Hey Boston Globe, help us out here. This whole article is about a web site. Don't you think you should include the web site's address in the article?