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Zug.com has attempted to inject some humor into the annoying process of encountering a 404 by reminding their users just how many things go missing or AWOL in their daily lives; whether it be the sock that went into the washing machine and never came out, or the ever-elusive pen.
Kevin Michael Smith
Photographer Kevin Michael Smith gives his users a a 404 page that more closely resembles a frequently asked questions board, offering tips and advice on how next to proceed through a rather cool flow chart — as well as offering users the chance to head back and read a few of his articles.
A fun take on the traditional 404 page, DDZ — otherwise known as gaming network Death DealerZ — have constructed an error page complete with as many street examples of "404" signs as possible.