Validating stories on the internet
You may be sent a link by a friend or co-worker, find one referenced in an article you read in a hardcopy newspaper, magazine, or newsletter, or through email services you have signed up for, such as Bio Med Net or Sci Quest's Sci Central newsletters, or come across them as you read posts in online forums, newsgroups, or email discussion lists.
Depending on the source, you may feel there is little or no reason to consciously assess the information, while other sites you will perform some type of assessment.
There will be a precommit hook which will check whether the comment starts with User Story number(just a regex pattern matching).
Given the availability of inexpensive yet sophisticated web authoring tools, anyone can design a good looking site, but appearances are not necessarily indicative of the accuracy or timeliness of the information found on the site.
What information is given so that you can determine who the owner is and what their experience is, the resources they used, etc., that will help you evaluate the content of their site?
Finding information on the Internet is only one part of your research: assessing the quality and timeliness of that information is the other.
Not only can it be a waste of time to read through a site and implement the information and suggestions found there, only to later find that they were inaccurate, but such sites may pose a health or safety problem if that information directly affects your health and safety or that of your family, pets, employees, co-workers, or clients. We may be looking for entertainment, or information on a specific subject, or just browsing, following interesting links as they come our way.
Things that keep me from revisiting sites, or even waiting for them to finish loading, are those that seem to use the latest gizmos just because they grabbed the code or designed something with it, busy backgrounds, excessive use of bars, banners, animated or The following sites are ones I found interesting.
Is there an overwhelming use of the all the latest animated and streaming graphics, Flash and Java, to the point where it is distracting or slows your access to the information you are seeking?
Site Owner/Author Who owns the site or is otherwise responsible for the content of the site.