The state of being too lazy to click a link and read its associated content. The most common cause of link laziness is for one to be overwhelmed by the amount of information available on an online forum or news site. Someone who is link lazy would prefer to hover their arrow over a link title to view a brief snapshot of the content, in order to decide if the text or story is worth reading, rather than to click the link and read the whole post or article on its own page.
While skimming the news on Google, I ran across a link titled, "Mel Gibson Tells Jay Leno About His Eighth Child: 'I Guess I'm ...", and I just wasn't interested enough to read the rest of what he said. I'm so link lazy.
by Johnny on the Spot81 May 25, 2009