If you’re going to spell a word (like, oh, say gala) with and without a capital letter, don’t do it in an obvious place where your readers can’t miss the inconsistency:
This lesson in what not to do was brought to you by the people at yahoo.com.
The folks at the Yahoo! front page can’t decide who’s selling a house in Warren Buffett’s neighborhood: Is it the guy across the street or the guy who lives next to the billionaire? Or both of them?
Actually, it’s the person across the street. Why the writer felt that “next to” is equivalent to that location is beyond my reasoning ability. On the plus side, at least they spelled Mr. Buffett’s name right.