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eRomania

Tuesday, July 7th, 2009 | General | No Comments

The portal eRomania launched by the Romanian Ministry of Communications and Informational Society (new name) in the presence of the Prime Minister Emil Boc (my GOD!) is meant to be tool for ”a more efficient way of governing, offering quality services based on the needs and realities of the Romanian society”…

Of course it was launched without being completed, with an expensive media campaign … Today it officially collapsed…

BELLOW IS THE PERFECT FACE OF eRomania: “DATABASE CONNECTION FAILED”






















Oh and btw, the little time the website was on - the information found on it was a miserable copy of wikipedia …

DEAR GOVERMENT, HOW MUCH DID YOU PAY FOR THAT CRAP!?!

UPDATE: Now http://www.romania.gov.ro/ is up again…enjoy…

Microsoft puke add

Tuesday, July 7th, 2009 | Web Advertising | Comments Off

I liked Microsoft’s commercial which had Seinfeld and Bill Gates in it…but the latest IE 8 add is at least weird if not disgusting all together… DO NOT WATCH IF YOU HAVE A SENSIBLE STOMACH!

Without “superman” talk in the end the girl may as well be a Firefox lover groused out by the new IE…

www.mcti.ro

Wednesday, July 1st, 2009 | General | No Comments

Last year the National Agency for Communication Reglementation in Romania had a bidding to find a specialized company to rebuild it’s website…In the request notebook they wanted a lot of things pretty much every web module you could possible think of (many of them useless for their activity)…and also they wanted that the bidder would give up the source code and not use open source software…

It was obvious for some people in the business that the so called public bidding had a winner prior to it being announced … the winner implemented the awesome website using DOTNETNUKE…

Today is the third day since the Ministry for Communication and IT doesn’t have a website at all…a HUGE ministry with hundreds employees with IT background (I suppose that is why it’s called …for communication and IT) has NO IDEA or CAN’T repair it’s website!!! MY GOD…

Doesn’t NULL COUNTRY sounds about right? I think Yahoo has heard of us…

UPDATE: It seems the ministry changed it’s name and domain name also…the page was moved at http://www.mcsi.ro/ without any announcement … good job !

Null country

Wednesday, July 1st, 2009 | Funny coding | No Comments

Sounds cool…NULL COUNTRY…It has a very … MAD MAX ring to it..