The Orlando Sentinel's website does a horrible job keeping their stories online. Shortly after posting news, the site takes the articles offline. Here's an example.
The page you requested was not found.
Yes, in big, bold letters!
For all the money the Orlando Sentinel's marketing and advertising department puts into advertising their newspaper and site, they seemed to have overlooked Google as a great source of visitors. But they're wrong. And that's why newspapers are continuing to become less and less relevant to our daily lives.
Fortunately, Google provides a workaround. Just click on "cached" on the result listing and Google will show a snapshot of the page you wanted to see in the first place. In this sense, Google does a better job of keeping track of Orlando Sentinel articles than the Sentinel itself.
On behalf of the Orlando Sentinel, however, we do have to point out that they at least have a website that they keep up-to-date. Lake County's South Lake Press hasn't updated their website since December 2004. Hasn't anything happened here in the past year? What about Lake County Superintendent Anna Cowin's husband getting into a shouting match with a school board member? See "Anna Cowin's husband threatens and makes physical contact with Lake County School Board member" for more details on that. In any case, this Lake County, Florida blog has done a better job in online reporting than the South Lake Press.
Enough said. Central Florida media sources have some serious issues to resolve.