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These pages are built with quality links from related industry sites but I just found (by chance) one of the links to a site with no PR. I called the company and they told me that their site was dropped by Google, probably for hidden text.
This is an important link for this particular industry and I would just as soon keep the link on this link page.
What is the PR impact of having a bad neighborhood link on an internal 'links page'?
Would you simply code all outgoing links as java? Or maybe keep the links page from being crawled with the robots.txt?
Neither! If you were to do that, noone would link to you. I would not worry too much about linking to bad neighborhoods. Just make sure the sites you link to are established, reputable sites.
I would take a few minutes a day to check which links are going to "bad neighborhood pages", and put them in a java script.
A site with no links get frowned apon.
Hope this makes sence.