The rather cool Richard Titus (man behind the design of the new BBC Homepage) has made the big time.

Nope I’m talking about a quote in The Times, or a mention in the cirucluars, rather he has been quoted in Private Eye.

Nick over at the BBC Internet Blog pointed it out and talked about how quotes can sound bloody stupid if taken out of context.

Birt Speak

He also points out that this actually makes sense to him, and if that makes him a Birtist then so be it (he’s been called worse). But you know what… it does make sense even out of context. We want to build a homepage, or rather the scaffholding for a new homepage, that aligns itself with the increased use of dynamic, customisable websites.

So does that make me a Birtist?

Update: James Cridland is thinking much the same thing.