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Ridding Two Spaces

I think a previous version of MovableType liked creating double underscores "__" in URLs, typically when titles were of the "word + another" variety (two spaces separated by something that was stripped during "dirification"). I've gone through and re-created all the posts that had "__" in them to remove those double underscores.

These double underscores were most likely caused when I upgraded to MovableType 3.2 and had to set all of the basenames to be the same as the dirified words were previously. I think I've caught most of my own TrackBacks and links. I became aware of some problems after my 404 script was showing a good amount of traffic on URLs with "__" in them.

The full list for my own use…

206_bridge__st_augustine
403_errors_with_trackbacks__solved
aapl__389
baby_monitor__wireless_webcam
bought_a_dyson_dc15__the_ball
cheap_dog_toys__goodwill
cingular__crappy_phones
common_sense__big_thinker
define___women_in_programming__
f__ma
fat_people__poor_people
ftpeel_20__whaddya_want
golf_blog__the_sand_trap_com
golf_blog__writers_wanted
google_continues_to_ignore_the_sand_trap__why
grrrr__site_organization
grrrr__site_organization_favor
grrrrr__itms_too_full
html_is__dying
i_went__to_a_basketball_game
im_back__cleanup_to_follow
itunes_4s__hidden_menu
kerry__apple
krispy_kreme__cool_whip
mci__fucktards
mci__fucktards_cont
michael_dell__your_
mp3__radio
mt_265__pro_soon
netpbm__movabletype__huh
new_longhorn_screenshots__ick
nstimers_need__voidpauseidsender
preview__two_pages
pulpfiction__final_icon
pulpfiction__wwdc
qotd__relationships
rss_for__itunes_music_store
safari__gzip
security__apple__com
spamsieve__change_the_subject
the_copyright__thing
the_email__rss_paradigm
those_mysterious_pulpfiction_crashes__solved
thurrott__thoreau
ut_2003__kinda
wwdc__rendezvous__safari
your_15_minutes__of_whining

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