Tuesday, February 26, 2008

I am now beginning to actively block e-mail with poor embedded URLs.

What that means is that if I get an e-mail from some supposedly "help" organization, like ZDnet, I open an embedded URL, and the resultant web page is more ad than content, or if the freaking thing kills every browser I open it in, the sender gets put in the kill box.

I don't mind bad web pages, as such, it's the ones that won't even take the time to make the blasted thing work right. Or do testing to make sure it works right.

Fine, go ahead and try to sell me something, but if you don't give me a GOOD experience, you will no longer be able to give me ANY experience.

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