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Those readers who enjoyed our recent report on the moment of corporate insanity which provoked PwC Consulting to rebrand as Monday: will doubtless take malicious pleasure in the following.

Yup, Monday:'s flashtastic launch site was just asking to be held up to public ridicule, as www.monday.cc more than adequately demonstrates:

MONDAY:
WOKE
UP
MUCH
TOO
EARLY
SAW
NEW
NAME
WENT
BACK
TO
BED
CRYING

Lovely job, but if you want the gloves-off assault, try www.introducingmonday.co.uk. And the moral of the story is: Failure: to: register: .co.uk: domain: may: result: in: international: humiliation:

Oh! PwC Consulting also forgot to buy Monday.co.uk, as blogger Tim Ireland points out. You can contact him at chairman@monday.co.uk. Wanna join in the fun? Chairman Tim will tell you how. ®

Bootnote Thanks to the many readers who pointed us in the direction of these gems.

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