Linked by Eugenia Loli on Thu 27th Dec 2007 05:37 UTC, submitted by Esther Schindler
Graphics, User Interfaces "It's hateful when a developer takes a 'shortcut' that saves that individual a couple of minutes, but thereafter causes extra effort from every single user. Awful as they are, these application design errors - all the fault of lazy developers - are entirely too common."
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estherschindler
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2005-07-12

Sounds juicy, but it isn't true.

IDG sites -- CIO.com and Computerworld.com for example -- run on industry standard Interwoven. The Advice & Opinion section, where this blog post is found, run on the open source Drupal. And most of the site UI objections (such as the blog post being chopped off midstream, or showing only the first "page 2" (even if there are more pages) are the default Drupal behavior.

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