February 2006
Time;2/27/2006, Vol. 167 Issue 9, p14
The article discusses news concerning the Internet and the blogging community. The blogger Oilman recently cheated on the Microsoft Network "Search and Win" contest. The contest rewarded prizes based on various search terms: Oilman found all 1,165 terms and posted them to his blog. In response, other blogs such as Make You Go Hmm and Threadwatch.org, wrote programs to exploit the contest rules or offered comments.


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