My friend and I were discussing which candidate’s site was poorly designed for this year. He emailed me a few which I thought were pretty reasonable. With only few weeks before the election, you will be surprised at some of these candidates and you will think twice before voting for them.
Bob Inglis Starting with the intro, it looks as if this site is promoting a product that everyone can own right in their house. After the intro, it just gets worse since it reminds me of a brand of orange juice. That was Bob Inglis representing South Carolina’s 4th District.
Stephen Lynch Someone please wake him up! The elections are just weeks away and his site still remains under reconstruction. He is a very organized man. That was Stephen F. Lynch representing the 9th District of Massachusetts.
Michael Idrogo Ignoring the fact that Mike’s website consists of one clumsily long page, his meta tag looks something like this: “…Rice, Powell, Rumsfield, computer, monitor, printer, travel, hotel, jokes, yahoo, google, picture,health, ebay, hotmail…” I would say more about him but words fail me. That was Michael Idrogo for U.S. House, District 20, Texas.
Bob Goodlatte The site has broken pictures on the front page, which wouldn’t have been so bad if he wasn’t the co-chair of the U.S. Congressional Internet Caucus. That was Congressman Bob Goodlatte representing Virginia’s 6th Congressional District.
James Wright Another site that is one page with all of its content centered. And I think he is trying to tell us something with his catchy title: “Flush the toilet, vote to remove the crap in our government.” Now thats something to die for. That was James Wright representing Texas, 8th District.
Barbara Bobo There’s a couple of page on biography but the campaign news page simply says “No news to share at the moment. Check back soon as Barbara travels the campaign trail.” There is also a snail mail address to send comments to and no phone number in the contact details. Moreover a picture, that will scare anyone away, is located on every page of the Web site. That was Barbara Bobo from Alabama’s Fourth District.
Shawn Donnell Oh the quotes! But before that, check out the blog which appears to have been published by a dog. The dog seems someone who you could vote for because I have no idea of the candidate. That is Shawn Donnell representing Virginia’s 1st District.
Kay Granger Wow, I am hungry now! This site has a great recipe section and don’t forget to check out the beverages. That was Kay Granger of the 12th District of Texas.
Robert Seals Almost all of the pages are under construction except the bio page and print-your-own bumper sticker page. A lot like the 90s. That was Robert Seals of the 2nd Congressional District of the State of California.
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If you are not a big fan of iPods, then the Zune music player is now available for you to pre-order. Microsoft’s Zune music player will be released on November 14, just in time for holidays. And if you are one of those people who hate to wait in lines to secure a new product like PS3 then you can pre-order Zune music player through EBGames. The price is $250 dollars which is low compared to other similar music players. However, the low price is due to the new iPod prices.
EBGames, the nation-wide Video Game and Electronics retailer, has Zune in White, Black, or Coffee Colored PMP for $250 dollars. GameStop, EBGames and Amazon are the only three retailers accepting preorders so far.
Microsoft has not released any new details on its newest version of Internet Explorer, EI7, but IE7’s final build version was released by Yahoo today. The version released by Yahoo comes with Yahoo Extras such as built-in Yahoo toolbar and links. However, if you do not wish to install Yahoo Extras with EI7, you can simply use software like WinRAR to separate Yahoo files from the downloaded exe file.
Once you have WinRAR installed, just right click the downloaded exe file, go to “Extract Files” and choose a folder. After the extracting is complete, just go to the folder and open the “IE7-Setup.exe” file. Once the installation is complete, restart to finish the last step. This will automatically replace the older versions Internet Explorer with IE7.
Microsoft has released its final build of IE7 (Internet Explorer 7 version 7.0.5730.11). You click the link below to download it for the following operation systems:
The newest version of Internet Explorer browser, IE7, will be released publicly within the next two weeks announced Microsoft in New York at the Digital Life exhibition. Internet Explorer 7 will be available for download to users by 27 October. Just last week, Microsoft Internet Explorer blog stated that it will release EI7 by the end of the current month.
Internet Explorer 7 will be available on Windows Update site as an automatic download. Moreover, it will be integrated into the upcoming Microsoft Windows Vista. For the protection of its users, IE7 offers built-in anti-phishing feature and a “protected mode” feature. The protected mode will only be available in Internet Explorer 7 released under Windows Vista.
Amazon, the online retail store, now has the Halo 3 game listed for preorder. If you order right now, you qualify for free two-day ship option. Halo 3, developed by Microsoft, and is set to be released on March 31, 2007. I’ve done few preorders from Amazon in the past and the games were usually waiting in my mailbox on the release date. That is pretty good speed of delivery.
For those of you who like the games such as The Age of Empires, then watch the Halo Wars trailer.