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Journal Journal: Slashdot breaks slashdot again. 4

OK, you've done it again. When I follow a link from the front page to a story, I get the nice usable old style interface. When I comment on an article, then click on the link to the article at the top of the page, I get the screwed up are-you-mad-who-likes-this-manure beta interface.


The link from the front page is: http://tech.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=09/07/16/1335256
The link on the page itself is: http://tech.slashdot.org/story/09/07/16/1335256/Typography-On-the-Web-Gets-Different

Hey, Slashdot, when I'm looking at the page I can see the bleeding title on the page itself, AND in the link, I don't need it in the URL. And why the heck does the URL make a difference?

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Journal Journal: OK, Slashdot, what the fuck have you done now? 3

Now I can't even see the home page, it jumps right into some kind of RSS feed.

Quit the fuck fucking around with Slashdot, let us read the fucking thing without ten kinds of broken fucking AJAX crap.

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Journal Journal: Beta Index, begone! 2

Somehow Slashdot turned on the Beta index back on for me, and since I had no idea that it had been turned on I assumed this was more leakage from Beta back to the regular Index.

Good god.

All I can say is, they must be subcontracting to Sirius Cybernetics Corporation. It's appalling. It must never be released.

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Journal Journal: It's a Journal 2

This is a journal entry. It's just like any other journal entry, except that it's completely self-referential and pointless. It's here because it's here, and it cherishes a secret ambition of becoming a world-famous blog posting. It's destined to be sadly disappointed, and will commit suicide with patent ink remover and powerful magnets in a lonely hotel room in Poughkeepsie a few days before its forty-second birthday.

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