Monday, May 28, 2007

How I spent my weekend

I've been in dog agilty land. The crappy Durham paper ran an article Sunday about what I did over my three-day weekend (click the link soon because the Herald-Sun expires its links ... probably just as well). Really kind of a sucky article, but that's what we expect from the Herald-Sun. Their website is a clunky piece of crap, too.

Can you tell I'm really, really tired?

4 comments:

georg said...

and it wants me to register in order to read it... oh i don't think so. i'm generally opposed to having to register to read content but i'm willing to do it, every once in a while, if there's enough content. that the herald-sun thinks they have enough content to justify putting it behind a registration wall is, frankly, the definition of hilarity ensuing...

Lisa B. said...

Yeah, I had resisted registering up until now because I never thought it was at all worth ten minutes of my time. But then they overcame my complete distaste for their waste-of-resources publication by publishing an an article about our agility trial. I gave them fake data when i registered.

Don't worry, you probably already know more about dog agility than that stupid article managed to convey.

Anonymous said...

http://www.bugmenot.com/ can help you get past the pesky logins. People post generic login information for free web sites so that you don't have to give your own information.

toastie said...

I was just gonna say, YOU STILL HAVE TO REGISTER!?! I thought they would have gotten tired of all the complaints and bugmenot accounts by now. Guess not.

Are they friggin collecting the data to satisfy a provision of the Patriot Act?