Washington Post Says A F#@K Will Brighten Your Day

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There's an entire generation of people out there who have no idea what the terms "above the fold" and "below the fold" mean. For those that do (and even for those that don't), this image of a "below the fold" page from the Washington Post last week is sure to brighten everyone's day. Give it a look and brighten your own day.

FYI, the headline reads, "A Flick to Brighten Anyone's Day."

by Steve Hall    Mar-13-08   Click to Comment   
Topic: Newspaper, Strange   

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Very droll. It's funny, but the term "above the fold" has been used to describe the top part of a web page that appears in a normal computer screen.

Posted by: Paul on March 13, 2008 10:37 PM





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