Chain mail (noun) 1. a type of armour consisting of small metal rings linked together in a pattern to form a mesh. 2. (also chain letter) letter intended to be copied and passed on to as many recipients as possible.
Just as with the knight in the image above there will be no links to the first definition of chain mail (he’s wearing plate armour, you’ll note). There will instead be a short discussion about a particular kind of chain correspondence: blogging awards.