I almost couldn't believe what I saw today. After the Sun Sentinel's website went through drama last week for not having a date on a 2002 story about United Airlines filing for bankruptcy, their site is repeating the same design error on another story today!
The date and time the story was published (which was this morning) should be under the writer's name. But it's not! No other story I've seen today has this problem. (You can click on the screen grab for a larger image. The date by the Sun Sentinel logo on the left is always the current date - it's not the date the story was published.)
I wondered if last week's issue was just a strange fluke from when it published stories back in 2002, but it's happening again six years later. Seems they have a web publishing system with a pretty big design flaw. A date stamp should be something that the publishing system puts on a story automatically, and the system should require it on every story. Clearly, that's not the case.
[2:50 p.m. UPDATE: Found a second story posted today without a date on their site. Not to pick on Tribune Co., but me thinks they need to get a better system for publishing stories to the web.]