So, I am in charge of the website for our department. Note, this is not actually what my job is, but I maintain it because I'm the only one who knows how. Anyway, within our department we have a group that is semi-autonomous, they do their own thing with little interference but technically they are part of the department. So, the group have created their own website, and the department head asked me to place a link to it on the department website. No problem, I thought. So, I go to the place where the group's website should be and I get a file not found message in the browser window. I fire off an email to the group leader asking them to let me know when their site went live so I could then add the link to the department page. A little while later they respond, saying that the department head had told them not to make the site live until after I had placed the link on the department page. Cue major eye rolling. Fine, I said, so I have added the link to the department website and informed them I had done so, so while I'm waiting for them to make their site live I have to look at a dead link on a site I created. I hate dead links, it's a pet peeve of mine. Anyway, rank over, thanks for listening.