This day in Tech History, September 9, 1945 is documented as having the first real de-bug of a computer documented.
Operators of the Harvard Mark II find a moth trapped in relay #70 in panel F. The bug is taped to their troubleshooting log where it was written, “First actual case of bug being found”. This was not the first use of the term “bug” for computer problems, but this was the first time the term “debug” was used.
This should serve as a reminder to check your websites for missing and broken links. After all, You’re only as Strong as your Broken or Missing links!