So last night, Phillip Kerman posted a link to the editorial I wrote for MX Developer’s Journal. I was curious if he really did like it as I’m insecure about a lot of people’s feelings for Central. It’s cut and dry with other technologies, and since Central is so new, I’ve been trying to be, on purpose, more sensitive to understand people’s reactions and try to understand where they are coming from.
I went back to read what I wrote to see if his comments coincided positively with what I wrote, or, as a professional writer, he was bringing to our attention some glaring error I (or the editors) had missed. I have yet to take JD’s advice, and get the point quickly.
I then noticed that you could give feedback on the article. I didn’t know this, and saw that someone had. It was interesting that it had the typical response of not knowing what Central was buried in the middle, but additionally, it was a perspective of web applications I hadn’t heard before, so it was a good read. I tried to respond the best I could as we both are definately from different perspectives with different opinions on what the web does for us, for users, and where it’s going.
Anyway, if you have thoughts, if you could leave them here or there, I’d appreciate it.