If you’re finding our eWEEK site kind of kloodgy today, well, join the club. You might see gaping holes where artwork would normally be found; articles might be doubled up on certain pages; type and art might bump up against each other; and some of the letter spacing and punctuation in articles themselves might be incorrect.
Yes, it seems we have lost apostrophes somewhere along the way, causing some readers to chide us about forgetting our elementary-school English training. But worry not: These little pratfalls are temporary and will be cleaned up as fast as possible. Even as we speak, our IT elves are working on solving these Web-centric issues.
We’re going through something all websites have to endure — an upgrade and architecture revamp, so please bear with us. In our transformation from one content management system to another, niggling little things like this happen, but when they’re ironed out, everything will be fine.
So please bear with us and dont switch over to some other Brand X just because we left our apostrophes on the sidewalk, when theyre supposed to be out there drivin down the street. Well find em soon enough.
By the way: You should check out Wayne Rash’s newly remodeled Knowledge Center section at eWEEK, which is now publishing good articles from thought leaders outside of the eWEEK staff. A good storage-related article The Station recommends is by ExaGrid Systems CEO Bill Andrews, who discusses “How to Plan Your Disk-Based Backup with NAS or VTL — Understanding Your Requirements.” Give it a read here.
Yes, it is also missing the apostrophes. But you’ll undoubtedly get the gist of the story anyway.