Funny .NET blog satire

Cameron Purdy: "I also suscribe to the .NET weblog feed. Here's the problem with this thought: I only work with .NET maybe a couple of days a month. I tinker, I poke, I prod, and then I leave it alone for a while. I don't even know all of the terminology (which, like the Java world, is all a bunch of stupid made-up acronyms designed to keep "new" people out by scaring the sh*t out of them), and I definitely don't know much or care much about the people involved with it. I like to learn, though, and keep up with what's going on in the world, so I figure I'll glean something out of the blogs, particularly since it seems that half of them are by Microsoft employees trying to make it appear that there is a .NET community. So anyway, I thought I'd give a sample of what following these blogs is like:" Followed by two satired quotes of Don Box (used to work with COM a lot, now works on webservices and XML), Randy Halloway (don't know him) and the generic Microsoft employee. If you read their blogs (as I do) you'll notice Cameron's quite right ;) Oh well...