I think I better explain some of my comments.Website
To me, I still feel that the site is quite cluttered. My comments about the visitor counter, awards, ads and general weird flow of his site still stand I feel. I mean, I did visitor counters in the 90's too (1995-1997) but now no one does them. After all, imagine if Google did it
. As for the awards, I explained why they're a little pointless. Lots of awards that bear little meaning and influence to the web visitor, but add to the general clutter of the website. As for the ads, well, I don't know about you but placing ads on your company website shows ... shows, well either the web host is free/cheap or you just want to find as many ways as possible to made money (while simultaenously pissing people off). It works well enough for the sites that offer free content to you, but when you also have to pay for the content, it barely makes sense. And lastly, it takes far too long to get to the good stuff.Game
The game didn't work full stop on my laptop. All I got was a garbled mess. I asked for a fix/patch but he said "The game is not for you [or , NO GAME FOR YOU]". Seems a little unfair that he should tell a customer what he/she should like or enjoy. Besides it also doubles on the "compatibility" awards. It didn't work on my machine. Seems like a problem with compatibility if you ask me.
At the end of the day, due to the medium of text it can be a little hard to tell exactly what tone this all said in. But I still think that my comments were quite fair and not in any way harsh.
I suppose at the end of the day, he was really looking for praise. When he didn't get it among the peers that he wanted to be with ... he just got really upset. I suppose when people get upset they start doing irrational things (such as making a blog post such as that). A great thing I've learnt while doing all this stuff is that sometimes you just have to keep your damn mouth shut.
Also, I think the feds on are onto us!