One serious misunderstanding...

When we published the article about techtommorow.com, it appeared hard to believe that a site could so blatently take other work, and post it as their own. Erm.... well it is hard to believe, because thats not the case :D

After we at Neowin emailed the owners to try and see what was happening, we got this reply from the owner, M Bouclas.

"Concerning your email, we do believe that you are right to feel this way about the content presented on the website. There has been a huge misunderstanding though. You see we are software developers and the techtommorow website is our demo site for our newest CMS platform. It was meant to demonstrated to our customers ONLY after their request so that they could evaluate it. Unfortunately due to the technology used in it the search engines picked it up a lot faster than we ever thought they would thus sending "unwanted" traffic to the website. To cut a long story short the DEMO site was and is still under construction and the parts where the articles would link back to original author were not placed. We apologize for any inconvenience caused to you and thank you for bringing this matter to our attention. Your email will not be used to any kind of promotions that involve our business. We do invite you thought in one month's time to check back with us and have a go at our software when this demo site will be complete."

Woops! Sorry techtommorow!

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it wasn't really fiction; strictly speaking all the stuff on there (regardless of whether its a test site or not) is illegally there. Its under a different name etc- so...