This is not something you see everyday, even the entire adwords system needs to shut down from time to time, for maintenance.
Since my previous post I really thought nothing could make yahoo mail worse, but hey, just a few minutes later, here’s what yahoo login displays now (or at least, what firefox 24 thinks it does) :Endless redirect loop detected on login.
Way to go, yahoo programmers, you should get a prize for this
Is this even for real ? Maybe the new yahoo leadership including Marissa Mayer should spend less time on publicising themselves on social media and other venues, and instead focus more on upgrading some servers ? Yahoo mail servers are over capacity. And what’s with the stupid graphic ? Is yahoo operated nowadays by children and/or senile people ? Who could come up with such a stupid graphic on a public e-mail service’s out-of-order page ?
I see that it’s a trend to do facelifts on sites that otherwise were perfectly functional, but haven’t changed in their outlook for a while, and it’s a trend to make changes for the mere sake of making changes, even if those changes break functionality.
Yahoo, gmail, even operating systems and desktops like Ubuntu, and Gnome, have destroyed something that was perfectly functional the way it was, to please some idiotic idea according to which everything needs to be changed from time to time.
We all know how yahoo’s endeavor turned out, everybody and their grandmother that used to be a loyal yahoo fan, now simply hates it. The same goes for the new gnome3, unity with ubuntu, and the list could go on and on…
But today, PAYPAL (! damn, I seriously thought they are taking their jobs more seriously) – is redirecting TO A NONEXISTENT PAGE ????
What the hell is wrong with you people, programmers, webdesigners, whatever you may be, why on earth do you have to implement stupid facelift changes, that break functionality ? Couldn’t you just leave everything the way it was, that is… FULLY FUNCTIONAL ?
NOT very inspiring, not trustworthy anymore !
See the image, and you’ll understand.
If you’re one of the hundreds of thousands of unhappy Yahoo Mail users who believe that the new interface forcefully implemented and forced on users by Yahoo, is much more of a hinderence in the way of accomplishing anything meaningful via e-mail, then an improvement, you’ve probably tried to change how the interface looks, googled about it, complained about it in the forums, to no avail.