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Originally posted December 8 2004 at 23:12 under Web. 0 Comments. Trackbacks Disabled.

Not The Odeon Website

The Stone Roses, The Stone Roses

So the Odeon distinctly failed to fix their website properly (and managed to marginalize people in the process). Well, I was going to tack this on the end of my previous post but hey, why not a new entry :-) Via Adactio (via Mezzoblue), we now have the new unofficial accessible Odeon. Apparently there’s a bunch of Perl trickery available now too. Let’s see if the Odeon can finally get the point.

Edit: Seems the Odeon must be doing good business. A quick hunt round that accessible site seems to display every show as “sold out”. Presumably a little bug there :-)

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