The CBC warns us about business as usual
Written by Gordon Fecyk, 7/7/2009
SOME DAYS, RANTING IS HARD. It's tough to find a good topic that's going to catch a reader's sense of humour and make them think about something.
And other days, a rant just falls into your lap.
Take today's dire warning, for example. The CBC urged Canadians to follow complicated instructions to protect themselves from a not-yet-fixed vulnerability in Internet Explorer. Again. And again. If you are a typical CBC website reader, you would tend to blame Internet Explorer for everything from your dead Xbox 360 to your dead pet goldfish.
But when a reasonable person sits back and looks at the CBC's history on this topic, a distinct pattern emerges:
If you're a Windows user and you're panicking over the doom and gloom of the Internet found only on CBC, here's a glimmer of hope. Based on two years and forty-two Google hits, the CBC can tell us this:
At the end of the day, that's all that matters.
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