Eleven examples of techno-diversity fail
Not too long ago, we discussed whether or not hating on MySpace makes you a big fat racialist.
In the vein of technology and awkward race relations, 11 Points (because top 10 lists are for cowards)¬†has a hilarious post cataloguing eleven instances where Photoshop (or perhaps Gimp) were used to create the illusion of diversity. The University of Wisconsin (above) isn’t the only collegiate culprit – Towson and the University of Texas have some embarrassing course catalogs as well. And the Olympics, with mysterious floating disembodied black hands.
My personal favorite was the unfortunate black man that was ‘shopped right off the edge of a tiny rowboat full of men in uniform. Well, almost- they did leave his knee.
[Source: 11 Points]