I've noticed that some of the links in my account list of articles are blue. They change from day to day as to what is blue, and what is gray. What does this mean, if anything?
The colors (blue or grey) on my links vary even more when viewed in Google Chrome - not recently visited links - just ordinary old links. Some days, the color varies noticeably in Firefox, as well.
I think it's just a function of the display (monitor) and doesn't really "mean" anything truly siginificant.
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