Every second is a deadline, every instant is a potential publication. Mistakes like this happen, and a healthy organization focuses on how to fix the system to avoid the problem, rather than on whom to blame.
It looks as though they’ve fixed it, but for a glorious 16 minutes this was the Chicago Tribune homepage. It is self-evidently wonderful, but let’s still talk about just how wonderful it is.
via The Chicago Tribune Has Made the Best Internet Mistake of the Day.
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Their hits would double if that was their page five minutes out of every hour.