1. Publish "Quality Content".
2. Cover up your mistakes.
3. Make public promises you can't keep.
4. When confronted about it, tell everyone sarcastically that you have more important issues to address [Read: "There is nothing much we can say or do to get ourselves out of the deep hole we are in now. Even if the thirteen of us stood one on top of the shoulders of another all the way up, we won't be able to reach the light! Just mind your own business and let us carry on digging ourselves deeper will you? Maybe we will find some gold at the bottom"].
5. Censor reader-recommended articles that are of interest to the public.
6. Remove more than once relevant trackbacks from xlx [The trackback happens to showcase censorship-in-action yet again, in an entry that was sparked off by censorship in the first place, making it relevant]
7. Label the relevant trackbacks as irrelevant and use this as a convenient opportunity/excuse to censor xlx. After all wasn't xlx's exposé on the wrongdoings of a certain editor the catalyst for the metablog taking so much heat now?
8. However, never ever disallow irrelevant trackbacks from your very own guilty editor (The contents of the post in the following trackback did not even address the issue at hand).
Does tomorrow have a tomorrow? [Nadia]
Maybe we will see it tomorrow [xlx]
Scandal Scandal Balls on Fire! [Sheena]
Tomorrow Kena Hacked? [finickyfeline]
James Seng Must Step Down [Tribolum]
Sticky issues: Once upon a tomorrow [MercerMachine]
Let's all come clean [GeekGeek]
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