September 11th, 2003
If you were surfing around the web, and you got to a site whose address was:
And the page told you you weren't eligible to see what you wanted to see, what would you do? If the site were work-related, how would your answer change?Current Mood:
Probably look a little further -- if there were a homepage with any kind of instructions on it, I'd read through them again and see what I missed. Because my first assumption is that I've done something wrong.
For work, I'd start asking questions.
But in either case, I'd wonder WTF is this and who *does* get to view it, and why is it publically available if no one can access it? Would make me want to know more.
If it were for work, I would change the false to a true. You never know.
If that didn't work.....temper tantrum!
If it were for work, I would change the false to a true.
Actually, I kinda meant "if this were your company's site (like your HR intranet, for example)," but that's pretty much what I figured most curious-minded people would do. Thanks...
Ohhh...I thought you meant a file you needed to actually do work.
I would stil change it, tho...