Thursday, March 31, 2005
Australian IT is Dead
Talk about a slow news day... the most exciting piece of journalism out of the Australian IT press this week appears to be an expired trial edition of ColdFusion on a Government web site. I mean seriously...
The evaluation license for this copy of Macromedia ColdFusion has expired.
Hard core investigative reporting uncovered this gem.
"We are talking to Macromedia about what it is, how it might have come about and how we can fix it," anonymous government spokesperson.
Does anyone out there believe this garble is newsworthy:
Even the headlines are corny. Worst of all it gets reported as a GLITCH in ColdFusion!
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Posted by: Oscar Trelles on March 31, 2005 10:35 AM
very sad that we're still subjected to "cat stuck up a tree" journalism
Posted by: Warren Harding on March 31, 2005 11:48 AM
I'm just thankful they aren't still reporting on Delta Goodrum and Mark Phil....i can't spell his last name... breakup with Paris hilton....
I agree, SMH isn't too bad but the others are crap.. i remember the news story about how great FrontPage is and how you can make an entire intranet out of it.... they lost my respect after that.
Posted by: Scott Barnes on March 31, 2005 02:22 PM
ROFL, I cant wait to find out how they actually solved this.
Maybe we need a technote!
Posted by: Arindam Biswas on March 31, 2005 08:32 PM
Yeah i was disgusted with them trashing CF, wrote a complaint to the editor. got no reply...
Posted by: David Sirr on April 22, 2005 10:44 AM