Supports Websites Worldwide by Changing Color Scheme to Magenta
LOS ANGELES, Calif., April 1, 2008 — Today the Nintendowfc.com website received a new magenta color scheme.
Websites worldwide are converting to magenta today to advocate EngadgetMobile.com's use of the color, in
response to a letter they received last week from T-Mobile's parent company, Deutsche Telekom, asking them
to discontinue their use of such.
Nintendowfc.com joins other top websites that are taking a stand today, including PhoneScoop.com, PhoneArena.com, ClintonFitch.com, and GearBits.com, among many others. There is also the website www.freemagenta.nl, which was started based on previous actions by Deutsche Telekom to protect their claimed ownership of the color. Countless personal websites, profiles, and blogs have changed their colors as well.
There are many ironies of this, such as the appearance of T-Mobile advertising on many of said sites, the fact that many of said sites contain articles that relay T-Mobile news and information, and the realization that the shade of the color magenta being used by the sites is not in fact the same as the shade used in T-Mobile's logo.
New and existing members of Nintendowfc.com can begin enjoying the use of the color magenta immediately by visiting the site. The color will enjoy its newfound presence on the site for an indefinite period of time.
For additional information, Visit: www.nintendowfc.com/press. To view the new color scheme, simply visit www.nintendowfc.com.
About NintendoWFC.com: The first online community in the world dedicated solely to Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection gamers, NintendoWFC.com is a place for players to create profiles, exchange Friend Codes, and find others to compete against in online games. Since its creation in 2005, NintendoWFC.com has contributed to the over 200 million game connections that have taken place over Nintendo's Wi-Fi Connection service. An unofficial and independently owned website, NintendoWFC.com is based out of Los Angeles, California, and can be reached at email@example.com.
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We were the first site dedicated to enabling
the exchange of Friend Codes, and now we're
also the easiest to use! Our new straightforward
layout was designed with that premise in mind.
Of course, we're still open to new ideas. Feel
free to volunteer your suggestions to:
firstname.lastname@example.org Enjoy the site!