Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Lame-duck CompUSA employees go nilly-willy on store's website

It is a slow news day in the tech world, so I reach the bottom of the barrel to report...


Pretty audacious if you ask me. Get your mug shown all across a high traffic website and, if that's not enough, get your friends to do it too. Fun times, fun times.

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