[internetworkers] News14's Fake Snow Closings
ianmeyer at mac.com
Fri Feb 27 19:40:15 EST 2004
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For WRAL, you have to submit a letter on company or org. letterhead and
it takes a week to approve and get your code to post your closing.
as far as the others, I dunno...
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On Feb 27, 2004, at 7:31 PM, Alan MacHett wrote:
> "Registration to closings is currently offline. Please call News 14
> Carolina at (919) 882-4125 to register your business or organization."
> I was going to say how stupid it is to allow people to make direct
> but then I thought of wiki and comments pages and so forth. I suppose
> allure here was that they were piping this stuff directly to their
> So how does any such form of public posting normally function? Where's
> the editor/moderator?
> In response to Mark Turner's message(s):
>> Have y'all seen the fake closing announcements that ran on News 14
>> Carolina's cable channel? Apparently, their website didn't use any
>> authentication and some bored students had some fun with it.
>> Check out the thread here:
>> Here is one collection of screenshots:
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