Monday, October 25, 2004

Google forgets nothing ...

The Guardian's Web page, which I referred to here, no longer has the original column up. Apparently calling for the assassination of a US president didn't go down well in some quarters, so now Charlie Brooker has posted an apology. But Google's cache has the original.

5 comments:

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