I never watched last week’s Superbowl. Personally I think American Football is one of the most boring to watch sports on the planet, I mean they stop for 30seconds after EVERY play! At least! How do Americans managed to sit through 3-4 hours of a game?
So I don’t bother to watch the game but even then I read about singer Christina Aguilera screwing up of the American national anthem. Embarrassing but things like that happen right? You messed up a few words but it’s not really a big deal.
What is a big deal was how fast information traveled! I read that the incident was updated on Christina Aguilera’s Wikipedia page…by the third quarter of the game! I mean the page was updated before the game was anywhere near over. Since a game of American Football can last a few hours, I can understand this but Wikipedia depend on volunteers!
So this means a non-paying member of the public went through the trouble and updated the incident on Wikipedia on his own while the game was on and this happen like an hour after the incident. I know information travel fast nowadays but isn’t this almost too fast!
I just hope the guy who updated the incident on Wikipedia just found the game too boring (totally understandable) and wanted something to do something else. If not, instead of “too much information,” in the future we will have “too fast information”!