Scott Bridges spent "literally thousands of hours... building, maintaining, moderating and writing" GrodsCorp but now won't even mention the site by name referring to it obliquely as a "certain website featuring an orange-and-blue theme and a pretzel mascot", and isn't about to link to it. But then there's really no point in linking since the entire Grods archive has been deleted. Why is Bridges so keen to distance himself from his blogging history?
Update: In deleting Grods Bridges has deprived the world of some really great writing -- trust me -- including this "Stone.Cold.Classic.". There is one good thing about Grods demise, however: Grodster Bridgit Gread has taken the opportunity to disappear.
Update II: Bridgit Gread emerges from obscurity to inform us that the "Grods archive is not 'deleted'; it is just not publicly viewable." Perhaps she'll tell us why Grods' outstanding five-plus-year-history is no longer "publicly viewable".