/g/ killed macrumors


was watching a live feed of the macworld expo keynote at macrumors.com when suddenly this happens...

now a bunch of people at my work on the "cult of mac" email list are griping about macrumors getting taken down due to their live coverage feed getting hacked by /b/. aww.

hint: it was actually /g/. just for the record.

this appears to be the root of the problem (literally) :

you'd think macrumor's site admins would know better...

meanwhile, this thread is making me lol: MacRumors Hacked?
Clearly when something goes wrong on the internet, "hacked" is what happened. Sometimes thread titles are just as bad as news reports on cnn.com.

- SilentPanda, macrumors Demi-God

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