The power of Twitter
NOW, I am no stranger to the power of the internet. BUT I am not claiming sole responsibly for this, it is suspect though.
I was browsing the BBC Sport website for the football scores tonight, when I saw a headline that pissed me off. It read
"Bradley Wiggins loses more time in Tour of Oman"
Which WAS located here http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/cycling/21447785
Here is the best cache I can find (if you can do better, please link it) https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BDBc30CCcAE4UyJ.jpg:large
So anyway, getting on my high horse. I sent this tweet to Simon MacMichael who writes alot of news stories on this site
"@simonmacmichael You need to go sort out @BBCSport Focusing on Wiggo dropping back and not Froome chances in headline"
Suddenly 45 minutes later, the page now reads
"Chris Froome loses time to Peter Sagan in Tour of Oman"
SO, Who wrote it? How do I find that out? They certainly changed it quick enough, So I'm guessing others must have said something about the headline