McCreath_David wrote: > > I(and I know i speak for jeff on this one) think lasso is crap. Just my > > little opinionated opinion, but just wanted to point out the fact. If > > anyone wants a more in-depth explanation of why(i'm sure we've all had > > enough of my long assed emails this week :), shout and i'll share. > > Heh. Feeling spunky, Dan? Sure, share. > > As a regular user of the software, I have my own reasons, too. But I'd be > curious to hear yours. Have you had personal experience with it? Do you > think it's crap in comparison to other available products? Or just all on > its own? Well rather than re-spew whats already been said about it by me and jeff(on the MJ list), read this blatant plug by the companies CEO: http://lists.hotwired.com/webmonkey/monkeyjunkies/archive.200006/msg00566.html Then read my rather light reply: http://lists.hotwired.com/webmonkey/monkeyjunkies/archive.200006/msg00567.html Then watch as jeff goes in for the kill, technically disecting the product and its shortcomings(to say the least) bit by bit: http://lists.hotwired.com/webmonkey/monkeyjunkies/archive.200006/msg00572.html God webmonkey's archive *still* blows, almost two years later. > BTW, this is in NO WAY a challenge. I'm just curious. And I wasn't > attempting to put Lasso on equal footing with CF and ASP, nor was I > advocating for it. I was just pointing out that it's middleware. I totally understand, point ack'd ;) .djc.