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03/24/2008

Making MyFamily reflect My Family

by Jeremy Hooper

The kids at Focus on the Family have launched a new personalized version of their website, called MyFamily, which allows users to customize certain elements so that they fit their specific needs. And after playing with the new feature for a matter of minutes, we soon realized that one of those customizations is the welcoming message that greets a registered user whenever said user surfs over to the site. So that being the case, we of course wanted to have a little fun with that function:

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Because let's be honest -- after years of having our existences sidelined by FOF, it's a nice catharsis to have our proudly de-closeted lives acknowledged on their site.

But then we got to thinking, "Hmm, if we can make it say that, what other long overdue messages can we force FOF's code to generate?" We decided to get creative:

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Oh so satisfying!

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Your thoughts

Jeremy - you ARE inspired! I wonder how long that will last - you're really right on the ball this morning.

Posted by: Tom | Mar 24, 2008 10:03:58 AM

Could FOTF be any more unoriginal; looks like the same blue shades as MySpace and all! LOL

Almost as big of a ripoff as "GodTube".

Posted by: Scott | Mar 24, 2008 11:52:08 AM

Yep, Jeremy you made my day and my whole last week...as all the other things out there just keep getting more and more tweedledum and tweedledee.

Posted by: Orion45 | Mar 24, 2008 2:22:37 PM

Heh heh. If revisionism is good for the goose, it's good for the gander. ;-)

Posted by: Buffy | Mar 24, 2008 9:49:39 PM

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