Monday, February 26, 2007
Naming rights and wrongs
You can say this about The Drudge Report: It's consistent. Once again, Drudge offers a collection of links to reviews of a big (and boring) event. Once again, he uses last names of the TV critics in the headlines — except for Alessandra Stanley of The New York Times. She's listed by her first name. (More on first names in headlines here.)

I stand by my previous post: Real consistency would be to use the last name of each critic.
posted by Andy Bechtel at 8:48 AM | Permalink |