May 5th, 2008

Three Reasons Why Manila Bulletin’s Website is Stuck in the Stone Age

Three Reasons Why Manila Bulletin’s Website is Stuck in the Stone Age:

1. Their links to their news articles expire faster than you can say “Three Reasons Why Manila Bulletin’s Website is Stuck in the Stone Age”

2. Their links are expired, so what’s a regular guy like me to do?! Search! But:

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3. No RSS feed! Nuff said.

Holler out to the editors of Manila Bulletin! Fire your web team, now na!!

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  1. 6 Comments

  2. David Gonzales said...

    Have you made sure they even have a web team in the first place? Maybe that thing just sprung up out of nowhere.

    May 5, 2008

  3. Technograph said...

    Even more irritating is that you find the title of the article through search, but when you clickthrough you get slapped with a 404.

    May 5, 2008

  4. Twoisequaltozero said...

    Perhaps the shoddy website was done on purpose to convince people to actually buy the physical copy rather than haggle with the awful online version.

    May 5, 2008

  5. deuts said...

    That’s exactly what I said here.

    Jun 2, 2008

  6. Bug scholar said...

    “Manila bulletin” I was blessed with your article when i read about your documentaries {but} unfortunately i could not access through recent articles via internet because your search engine is not good enough thou how accurate i would type in words still it could not find! try upgrading your website. in comparison with “sun star” very basic and the search task is resolved. thanks

    Oct 1, 2008


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