Wikipedia:Here (talk)

It is common for an editor to use the word "here" on a talk page, as if it obviously did not mean

The first contributor to this essay -- a self-confessed perfectionist, who is aware that this essay probably only represents a minority viewpoint -- has made a practice of writing, instead, either "on the accompanying article page" (or -- when willing to stop and think about whether only one article is under discussion) "in the article". That contributor also sees piping the word "here", on talk pages, to this essay as an alternative (and perhaps less distracting) practice, that still lessens the opportunity for confusion that is at least theoretically invited by the ambiguous use of "here", which use seems to be reflexive for many of our colleagues.

It's irrelevant for the accompanying article to say "Kozlowski was later convicted in New York state court and sentenced to prison for his role in various improprieties during his time as Tyco's CEO."
It's irrelevant that "Kozlowski was later convicted in New York state court and sentenced to prison for his role in various improprieties during his time as Tyco's CEO."

(in which the bolding reflects the fact that, on this essay page, that link is a self-link, not a live link to this essay).