Wednesday, August 15, 2007


I love this stuff.


Wikipedia is only as anonymous as your IP



Finding out that someone from the Fox News network changed this:

The lawsuit focused a great deal of media attention upon Franken's book and greatly enhanced its sales. Reflecting later on the lawsuit during an interview on the [[National Public Radio]] program ''[[Fresh Air]]'' on [[September 3]], [[2003]], Franken said that Fox's case against him was "literally laughed out of court" and that "wholly (holy) without merit" is a good characterization of Fox News itself.

into

The lawsuit focused a great deal of media attention upon Franken's book and greatly enhanced its sales. Reflecting later on the lawsuit during an interview on the liberal [[National Public Radio]] program ''[[Fresh Air]]'' on [[September 3]], [[2003]], Franken said that Fox's case against him was the best thing to happen to his book sales.

is quite amusing.

Time for crowdsourcing to find the gems in there and report them over at Wired's wikiwatch.



MANY more examples of Fox "editing" over here.

3 Comments:

At 1:11 PM, Blogger Paddy said...

Dumbasses.

 
At 12:29 AM, Blogger Kirsten said...

Doesn't anybody at Fake News know how the "internets" work? Couldn't they just use " the Google" to find out?
Idiots.

 
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