The prestigious New York Times needs help. Famed for its "All the News
that's Fit to Print" slogan (and the reporting, we guess), the
newspaper wants a new slogan fit for their new Web site. The game:
summarize, in 10 words or less, the news mission of the New York Times
on the Web. A panel of judges which include editors from the Times
will select the winning slogan. To enter the contest, e-mail your
suggested slogan, name, address and daytime phone number to
firstname.lastname@example.org by October 1, 1996. The prize: $100.
Come on, we should be able to think of this:
"All the Bits that are Fit for Cyberspace"
No, too wordy.
"Bit Bucket Central"
No, not wordy enough.
"The Internet Feed for Your Cortex"
Ooo, I like that. How about
"Making a New Medium both Rare and Well Done"
No, too chuckly. How about
"All the News that's Fit to Surf"
"All the News that's Fit to Publish"
What do you think?
Ideas are part of a web... there is no beginning and no end, only
evangelism and faith.
-- Rohit Khare