There's a bug where, on occasion, a link with title attribute causes some text to be excised.
For example, the following markdown:
Switching relationship types to verbs also makes sense as part of our [migration to neo4j](http://thinklab.com/discussion/using-the-neo4j-graph-database-for-hetnets/112). The neo4j convention is to use verbs for relationship types. In fact, a neo4j company [explains relationships](https://www.graphstory.com/elements-of-a-graph-database "Elements of a Graph Database · Graph Story") by saying:
Switching relationship types to verbs also makes sense as part of our migration to neo4j by saying:
Good find! The source of the bug may be in the original markdown parser we used. This may take a while for us to resolve and we'd like to ask that you just avoid using titles in links for now. Removing the following will solve the problem:
"Elements of a Graph Database · Graph Story"
Okay, I suspect the bug has to do with the preceding internal Thinklab link. Check out the malformed popup when you hover over "migration to neo4j" above.