World Cup Fail Whale Fear at Twitter.
From the article
it consists of fewer matches than the Olympics
Does Fast Company understand how most Olympic events work? Sprinting matches? Javelin matches? Synchronised swimming matches?
In billing cock-up news, Vodafone told customers it had slurped money from their bank accounts when it actually hadn't. Whatever next .
Facebook joins Google and Yahoo! in not honouring the self-explanatory browser setting do-not-track. Because if somebody else is doing it, that's good enough for Facebook.
Meanwhile, Path is in your inbox, deleting all ur messages. Interesting. Next up we'll have a social network that doesn't actually deliver any messages at all, just deletes 'em as you type.
Most confusing opening ceremony ever.
Image via Mashable
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