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Did they spell the URL correctly?

The famous PR cliché is that any press is good press -- as long as they spell your name correctly.

Well, the Web site stupidvideos.com apparently believes that. On their front page, they specifically note that they have been "banned by the Pentagon."

Meanwhile, the latest FCW.com poll asks:
Do you buy DOD's "bandwidth strain" explanation for its blocking of YouTube, MySpace and other entertainment sites?

Thanks JM.

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on May 18, 2007 at 12:16 PM


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