Saturday, 13 May 2006

BBC's great blunders




IT WAS not until midway through the live television interview that the BBC interviewer started to grow suspicious. The man whom she believed to be an expert on internet music downloads seemed to know precious little about his subject.
Look's like BBC has outdone Lifehacker, by a mile of course. How come people make such great blunder? It almost seems impossible that a cab driver was considered to be an 'expert' in online music. Besides how come the cab driver didn't say anything? If I'm correct I think this scenerio can be referred to as identity theft because the cab driver was someone else even though it was an accident. And perhaps even caused a problem to the real person's reputation.

One thing's for sure, if I were ever to be an interviewer, I am definitely going to double check.




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