Nothing to add.
I can’t believe this is real. Do you have a tropic storm in your pants or are you just happy to see me?
- Take the movie “Anchorman.”
- Remove all jokes that would get you in trouble with the FCC.
It’s all good fun, though. :)
Ever wonder how Black Friday got its name? Amy Merrick explores its origins, and debunks the myths behind shopping’s biggest day of the year: http://nyr.kr/1a8aS0h
“It turns out that a lot of what we’re told about Black Friday is invented by retailers and the…
Naturally, a PR guy is to blame for this.
No Thanksgiving break for me since I moved back home to Norway, but I’m going to eat a little extra for dinner just to get in the spirit of things.
Oh, and something about pilgrims.
Norwegian news show presents priest as “Author, gay-whore-jew-terrorist-black.”
Many TV-viewers in southern Norway did a double-take this morning when a news show on channel “NRK” introduced one of its guests.
While the priest Iselin Jørgensen spoke calmly on camera, bewildered viewers were shown a graphic describing her as not only an author, but also gay, jewish, black, a whore and a terrorist.
At first I thought this was another filler-error, but it’s not.
Turns out, Jørgensen just co-wrote a booklet about profanity, entitled “Gay-whore-jew-terrorist-black.” Whoever ran the graphics that morning forgot to add the all-important quotation-marks around her book title, which understandably led to some confusion.
Jørgensen had a good laugh at the whole thing:
"Along with a screenshot, it was a fun thing. People were very curious, so I added a link to the broadcast,” she told Fædrelandsvennen,
Four highly ambitious students compete to become the next Editor-In-Chief for the successful high school paper, ‘The Circuit’.
Internet, meet my new favorite cancelled TV show.
This is why you pick your placeholder content carefully
…and also why you don’t design mockups on a production server.
For a while, it looked like Fox News had been hacked. Visitors to the website were greeted by the headline “WEEEEE…” and the riveting lede: “Stuff, yo.”
But according to TWiT’s Tech News Today, this was actually the work of a page designer who accidentally hit the “Publish” button on the mockup he was working on. Oops.