Friday, January 12, 2007

Question

How does on online publication fail to account for this condition?

Maybe it's an attempt to drive up hit counts...

12 comments:

TenaciousK said...

[chuckle] And the duplicate post - a parallel test of our own blog administrator?

symbnt said...

Lets hope not.

TenaciousK said...

Hmmm. Perhaps not. At attempt to drive up blog post counts?

MsZilla said...

It's a combination of their new &@$%@) pagination stuff to drive up hit counts and ad impressions and a hanging line break when the person doing the data entry put in the story.

Their content management system works off line count - even though we can't see it, it counts that line and it put them over the edge to the next page.

Typical shit that should have been caught in a content review before it went live.

JohnMcG said...

Ack -- how embarassing -- now taken care of..

Schadenfreude said...

Mostly off-topic, but just in case anyone cares any more...

I've been banned from the Fray.

About bloody time, too.

PS. Word verification is even more annoying than an editor who should know better.

TenaciousK said...

Schad - I'm speechless. Which really never happens. I saw TQM quit today as well.

This is an outstanding time to circumvent those commenting restrictions, however, and sign up.

I'm sure we'd all love to have you join - I know I would.

But I really don't know what else to say. I'm stunned.

Dawn Coyote said...

Fascinating development. We have your room ready. (cue music....opening strains of Hotel California fade in...)

MsZilla said...

How the heck did you manage that? Did you run over his cat?

alexa-blue said...
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Thy Goddess said...

Schad: Excellent...now you can devote more of your time to my vagina and stuff.

Love ya, babes.

twiffer said...

schad: you know word verification is just anti-spambot. but yeah, it's annoying.