Preview for content that doesn’t exist should be outlawed.


Michigan State, my alma mater, beat University of Connecticut to advance to the NCAA championship game earlier today.  GO GREEN!

Anyways, I was checking today's news on the Huffington Post and saw a new article which referenced the victory.  Here is a image of what the article looked like on the front page of the Huffington Post:

image

When I first saw, my initial thought was ‘Wow, that is an awesome picture.  I want to find the full size image so I can set it as my background!”.  So I proceeded to click the link which directed me the news article:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/03/18/ncaa-results-march-madnes_n_176396.html

The image they used to preview the article is no where to be found in the article and I have no idea where I could to find it.  This leaves me with a bad taste in my mouth, I almost feel as if I have been cheated.


Comments (1)

  1. kz says:

    If u REALLY want it, you can probably buy it from

    apiregistrationsaccounts@ap.org

    NCAA Final Four Michigan St Connecticut Basketball

    ID: 090404026685

    Created: 4/4/09

    Or, u can register and download a 512×378 (which looks OK when scaled) AP watermarked image at

    http://www.apimages.com

    Then, launch MS Paint and …

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