Who is the author of codes.widged?

Bob Sneidar bobs at twft.com
Fri May 21 17:26:15 EDT 2010

Any blog that has no feedback link I don't even bother with. People like this are cowards who blather on about their own point of view, thinking (wrongly) that people are actually interested in it. I wouldn't give it another moment's thought. 


On May 21, 2010, at 2:22 PM, Alejandro Tejada wrote:

> Hi all,
> Who is the author of the website:
> http://codes.widged.com ???
> Read this:
> http://codes.widged.com/node?page=1
> and this:
> http://codes.widged.com/node/6
> The following affirmation reads wrong,
> at least in my personal experience:
> codes.widged wrote:
> "If you frequent their forums for a few months,
> you will rapidly discover that their typical user
> is a person who has come to use runrev as
> exclusive development tool. As you try to get
> recognized and accepted, you are invited to
> give up everything else and count on runrev
> alone to bring you happiness and success."
> These are extraordinary claims,
> to say the least...
> When i started programming in this platform,
> nobody promised me happiness and success
> if "i give up everything else".
> Did anybody receive similar promises from
> Runrev as codes.widged???
> Who is the author of the website:
> http://codes.widged.com ?
> Alejandro
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