If you were running a web site, and someone asked to buy ad space on the page where misdirected links end up, you'd probably think you just found money on the sidewalk. Who would want to advertise on the page viewers go to by accident?
The Reality Campaign, that's who.
They've taken out a big banner on Washingtonpost.com's misdirected url page. The banner says:
THIS PAGE DOES NOT EXIST
KIND OF LIKE CLEAN COAL
Priceless, too, that a campaign called REALITY would be advertising on web pages that don't exist. It's a new cyber-metaphysics.