August 30, 2007

Philip Howard likes Calpont — again

The ratio of Philip Howard plaudits about Calpont to shipping products from Calpont has now doubled. Yet it also has remained the same. This is because it is a countably infinite number, namely a quotient whose denominator is zero. Last time around, he seemed to like their hardware strategy. This time around, he seems to like their lack of a hardware strategy. Be that as it may, the previously discussed nature of Calpont’s website hasn’t changed — one page, content-free, and misleading even so.

Oh, and it appears he broke the embargo on Paraccel. Bad Philip. Spank him, Kim.


One Response to “Philip Howard likes Calpont — again”

  1. Calpont finally has a multipage website | DBMS2 -- DataBase Management System Services on August 8th, 2008 2:40 pm

    […] Philip Howard’s recent article has a lot more meat than that, including the perplexing bit of info that Calpont is starting out with a shared-everything architecture. Based on that, as well as the company’s prior technical efforts, we can probably conclude they’re focused on rather small warehouses. Share: These icons link to social bookmarking sites where readers can share and discover new web pages. […]

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