Though Apple has been at the forefront of bringing digital content creation tools to consumers, it has been slow to embrace the Web 2.0 wave (WikiPedia, Flickr, YouTube, deli.cio.us, digg), in which the content of a website is created by users, not by the top-down corporation.
Today, however, an enterprising young fellow took the opportunity to hijack the 24-hour time-lapse sequence on apple.com of the comings and goings of people into, out of, and around the new 5th Avenue flagship store on its first day open, by standing still for several minutes in front of the camera while brandishing a message to his girlfriend.
UPDATE: It's back online.
Click to the time-lapse video and navigate to the 5:00 hour. He arrives about eighteen seconds in.
(At one point today the young lad's message had been excised from the time-lapse video by the top-down corporation.)
If you can't find it, go here to see a screen capture..