Thursday, December 07, 2006

With one little arrow, Times lets you know just how stupid they think you are.

Yet again, The National Newspaper of Record goes on record questioning the mental skills of its readers. JAVA OPTIONAL=COFFEE OPTIONAL. GET IT?
previously in NY Times:
1. Take a trip down memory lane (a toll road) with TimesSelect.
2. TimesSelect Op-Ed Intimacy Series, Part II.
3. Tommy, I think about Sex. A LOT.
4. All The Money We Can Fit In Our Pockets.
5. CONS® & cons.

5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

BROWSE = INTERNET, BUT, BUT, OFF-LINE = NYT PRINT EDITION. GET IT!?!?

10:06 AM  
Anonymous I red the NY Post said...

I thought it was a warning so you wouldn't hit the coffee with your elbow.

12:34 PM  
Blogger Maulleigh said...

I don't get it.

2:26 PM  
Anonymous ricpic said...

I don't either. I get it that java=coffee, but In (JAVA OPTIONAL) are they referring to java script? As usual the Times is too clever by half. Or should I make that -- just plain perverse?

2:39 PM  
Anonymous bloggadocio said...

This piece would have been a lot more clear if there was an arrow from the "in print" line to the newspaper. It's just so confusing.

3:19 PM  

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