One of those del.icio.us links is a major copyright violation. Tempting though it is to make certain things free for fairfield project users, bankrupting Pagan is probably not a good idea. can we remove that link somehow?
Otherwise, seems like a good idea - it keeps itself updated, unlike the dead and buried links listed above (is there still an "internet archive" where some of these might be preserved?).
THis leads into another point - a few days ago, I scoured the net looking for DG pages that were still alive, and added links at relevant points if, In My Humble Opinion, I judged them worthy (eg random fan pages which consist of "I'm going to write something soon" were not linked to). But most of those pages haven't been changed, worked on, etc, for years. Sooner or later they are going to die of random internet entropy. Should we copy and paste wholesale so that stuff isn't lost? Is that copyright violation (given that copyright is not renounced when posting on this wiki IIRC)? Can we get around that with a "please notify and we will take it down" notice?