In preparation for an upcoming speaking engagement, I was doing some research on Sen. Lieberman’s (Independent-CT) past comments during a U.S. Senate hearing on E-Gov reauthorization. So, I went to Google and searched for “lieberman egov” which yielded the following top organic result:
http://.senate.gov – Technical difficulties.
Sorry, the http://.senate.gov web page you have requested is experiencing technical difficulties. The Webmaster has been alerted. …
www.senate.gov/~gov_affairs/egov/ – 2k –
Then, by visiting the page, the visitor is greeted with:
Sorry, the http://.senate.gov web page you have requested is experiencing technical difficulties. The Webmaster has been alerted.
You will be automatically redirected to the http://.senate.gov Home page after 10 seconds.
If this problem persists, please contact the Office of the Secretary Webmaster at firstname.lastname@example.org.
After waiting 10 seconds, you are not redirected to the Senate.gov Home page, but rather to this: “Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage.”
Of course, I should have just visited the President’s E-Gov Initiative site in the first place.