I’m sick of certain types of “change”


Software changes being one VERY sore point with me, but generally speaking change always brings criticism.

Some smart git once went on about pleasing some/all of the people all/some of the time. A different brainy person said about change “Damned if you do, damned if you don’t” but change for changes sake is utter pants! Yes pants! Big super jumbo sized weird apatures unexplainable bands of elastic hazelwood coloured granny pantaloons!

So whats changed? The BBC website.

The BBC site was rather good at allowing one to rapidly get the lowdown on the latest neo-occidental propaganda campaigns all over the world, chiefly through its main page.

Now they have ‘changed it’ (screenshot below) (126k full image)

If you take a gander at it, you may agree with me that it appears to have lost half it’s content!

Instead of a number of interesting propaganda articles, you only get a few. I’m operating in 1024×768 (standard I guess) and I can only see 6 major headlines supplemented by eye-drawing images, and one of them is a bloody “football” headline.

Due to the comparative lack of things to look at on loading the frontpage, ones eyes cannot help but be more ‘persuaded’ towards the ‘main story’. In this case it’s “Anxious wait for Zimbabwe results”. LOL, out of a population of 6bln, 33% in total of them in India and China, nothing happened there or anywhere else in the world come to mention it, that was more important than waiting for the Zimbabwe results – amazing isn’t it.

This will of course mean that the BBC will find it easier to ‘push’ a story as important when in actual fact it may be realistically trivial. The case above being a good example. The BBC quest to push what it redards as important news is strengthened. BBC crititics know very well that the BBC deliberately does this, so I feel no shame in thinking that the ‘changes’ made to its “new layout” are intentional. Certainly that they happened randomly isn’t a sustainable POV.

I have taken a shine now to an alternative meaning of the well practiced expression “Could you spare me some change” as spoken by the desparetely poor people sitting on the cold stone ground outside Manchester Piccadilly train station in NeoLabours desparately more harsh society.

The date hasn’t escaped me but this change ain’t no joke.

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