THE BBC appears to have forgotten to take its anti-INQUIRER pills and managed to insult the millions of members of the social notworking service Facebook.
BBC Sport accidentally launched a half-baked Olympics microsite with some unfortunate holding text still in place.
Next to a Facebook logo there was a sentence that read, "You can become a Facebook Saddo."
The problem was first noticed by the Media Blog, which commented that "somebody within the BBC still doesn't quite respect the audience it is seeking." We don't know quite what the problem is. Facebook is fairly sad, actually. It even has pages run by INQUIRER hacks.
Among the other highlights on the BBC's premature microsite, under the headline "A suitable strapline here", was a wall of names and faces where one bore very little relation to the other.
There is a Pakistan hockey player who does not bear a striking resemblance to the Queen and Sarah Menzies really does look like she has overdosed on testosterone. µ
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