ADM-3A question

Anders Nelson anders.k.nelson at
Wed Aug 14 13:49:19 CDT 2019

"and that's why he's cranky. (Well, more so than he usually is.... :-)"

A wealth of vintage cmp information, but good heavens he is cranky.

Anders Nelson

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On Wed, Aug 14, 2019 at 2:01 PM Noel Chiappa via cctalk <
cctalk at> wrote:

>     >> Al Kossow via cctalk writes:
>     >> Buried in a filing cabinet in the basement with a sign that says
>     >> "Beware of Leopard".
> Good one!
>     > From: Seth J. Morabito
>     > I'm going to respectfully disagree .. the proliferation of modern
>     > JavaScript frameworks that are designed to build single-page apps,
> and
>     > make the web virtually impossible to scrape or mirror in an efficient
>     > and simple way. ... every single page is statically generated at
>     > publishing time and absolutely nothing is dynamic.
> It's not clear that it's the dynamic nature of the content he's unhappy
> with;
> it might just be that having stuff scattered across a zillion personal
> pages
> (be they blogs, or whatever) is going to make it hard to find the useful
> one
> when needed, and that's why he's cranky. (Well, more so than he usually
> is.... :-)
> If it's got something oddball term in the text, a Web indexer might be able
> to find it, but what if your search term turns up 17,239 matches? Finding
> the
> useful needle in the hackstack of crap on the current Web is a tall order -
> so tall, that I suspect a lot of people don't even try, just shoot off an
> email to CCTalk in the hopes that someone here will enlighten them.
> I've seen a number of instances recently where people's questions were
> answered on the CHWiki, but apparently they couldn't find it. So they
> wound up asking here...
>         Noel

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