If Websites Could talk - Part 5
By Hedley Sutton, Team Leader, Asian & African Studies Reference Services
Over a year has passed since we last eavesdropped on the ongoing debate among U.K. domain websites as to which of them deserves to be recognised as the most extraordinary site of all.
“We think we should be considered,” said *Heritage Cast Iron Radiators*. “We’re not a site that you come across every day.”
There was no response, the latter being in deep conversation about matters piscine with the *Catfish Study Group*.
“We insects always get overlooked,” muttered the *British Bee Veterinary Association*.
“We know how you feel,” commiserated *Polly Parrot Rescue UK*.
“What about us?” said the *UK Soft Power Group*. “Our charm, our intelligence …”
Fortunately at this point the *Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution* made a useful suggestion. It was decided that the fairest way forward was for candidate sites to first contact the *UK Anonymisation Network*, and then let the *Academy of Experts* make the final choice.
And thus it came to pass that the chosen site was … *Much Better Adventures*.