Thanks Janne for speaking out loud. But now I feel ashamed that I didn't have the courage to do more than mumble something behind the corporate firewalls...

--Tommi Vilkamo, 08-Nov-2006

You probably also noticed that the entry "form" is a word-file which you then need to email... Definitely from the previous millenia

--rahina, 08-Nov-2006

Rahina: yes, I did. But that does sort of make sense - if you want people to write in coherent sentences, a web form is probably not the best way to encourage it. Or wat do U thinck? ;-)

Tommi: I am writing as a private person here - your blog is under a Nokia brand. It's probably better that I annoy people than if you did it ;-)

--JanneJalkanen, 08-Nov-2006

I think they started by creating a makepowerpoint2web service for themselves... ;)

--Niko, 08-Nov-2006

But hey guys, the "site" is xhtml. And they even use CSS. :)

--Jere Majava, 09-Nov-2006

...which makes it even more strange, because apparently someone knows about the existence of such acronyms :-)

--JanneJalkanen, 09-Nov-2006

Some nitpickers might say that you can't *cut* and paste from a traditional html-website either but luckily I'm not one.

--PA, 09-Nov-2006

Ah, what a stupid thinko. Fixed, thanks!

--JanneJalkanen, 09-Nov-2006

Thanks for your excellent criticism! Yes, the web site were very very bad. My mistake, I did not checked it earlier. Good learning. Now we created a new page from the scratch and you can read it better with mobile browsers, also it can be searched etc. Still some fixes to be done.

--Vesa Luiro, 10-Nov-2006

Wa-hey! Good that it was fixed before it gained any further attention :-)

--JanneJalkanen, 10-Nov-2006

but the kicker is i know who whipped up the new version.


ask me next time i see you. it'll floor you.

--charlie, 26-Nov-2006

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