Thursday, May 31, 2007

S-l-o-w L-o-a-d-i-n-g S-i-t-e-s...

In this fast-paced world, keeping up with the news is hard to do. It doesn’t help to be staring at a blank screen or one that shows you a fascinating ad for an eternity before whatever you want to see creeps on.

After long study and serious consideration, the runners-up for the Languid Media Award are the Christian Science Monitor and the Washington Post. The winner, in a class by itself, is New York Magazine which, in covering its bustling locale, moves like a digital sleepwalker with arthritis and frequent fainting spells.

No links are being provided herein in order to allow you to get on with your life.

The chosen should not be embarrassed. They have to be fascinating to be so irritating.

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