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Not quite off topic but something that cuts Oracle a break and shows us here at ZDN to be as capable as anyone of getting things messed up. Check this post from our mutual friend Jake Kuramoto.
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Written by Dennis Howlett on

Not quite off topic but something that cuts Oracle a break and shows us here at ZDN to be as capable as anyone of getting things messed up. Check this post from our mutual friend Jake Kuramoto.To selectively quote:

A few things were wrong about this whole thing. First, I left a comment Monday about the podcast being borked; then two other people also commented to the same effect the next two days. No response. This perplexes me, since ZDNet is a media company, you’d think they want conversation.

Second, if oracle.com had anything like this happen, it would be picked by Twitter and certain bloggers (ahem, Dennis).

Yes Jake - I'm still kicking - you know what - and taking names. Yours is top of the pile. In the meantime - happy holidays to everyone and especially to Jake. And to finish the quote: ...so shall you reap.

PS - as I often say, when you point the finger there are always three pointing back. Trouble comes when the finger is pointed the other way.

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