I wasn't really fair in my last post; I left too much information out of the equation. Here's the premise:
I am convinced that the Fox world's fearful and grudging adoption of .Net has nothing to do with coding. The "World of Tomorrow" referred to a scenario where 30's serials posited great leaps forward in technology and, implicitly, everyone's ability to understand and adapt that understanding. Billy builds his raygun.
Back to our real world. Billy builds his website and plops it on his Win2K3 web server. It fails. Why?
More in Part Three.