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Tuesday, May 9, 2006


I've been playing with content management systems for the last couple of days. These things are totally the bomb, and they totally suck, all at the same time. Either they're insanely flexible, but inpenetrable to manage, or simple to manage but useless. I've got to put together a system that allows users to maintain an intranet site, but they don't have HTML background or page editing experience. This is going to totally suck.

While I'm complaining, what is it with Amazon's every 3rd page loads properly web site? I would think returning some actual content past the "you can get free shipping if you spend a million dollars" header might actually result in some sales. Novel concept, that.

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