Seriously, I don't know what you're complaining about.
You asked and here is your answer:
Pointless clues that mean nothing and point to nowhere. An example of such is the clue "They're responsible for the fall of the Mac."
How on GOD's Earth is someone supposed to know who said that?
Using google yields 0 results for that quote. Are people supposed to come up with an answer out of thin air?
here's another one for you:
"GoVisitTheBoss.pdf" on the pagea software web site. Why isn't the boss = the boss of pangea. How is one supposed to know that "The Boss" refered to by the clue is the boss of a different sofware company altogether that isn't in any way related to pagea? Seems like it's completely arbitrary.
And if it's arbitrary, why isn't the answer Steve Jobs or Bill Gates or Bruce Springsteen for that matter?
Thirdly, it's rather redundant and poorly designed to have to do the same step (get a puzzle piece, go to a web site) 8 times in a row.
Once, sure. Twice, ok. But 8 times? it lacks imagination.
3 examples of poor concept and execution. I have more, but that should be enough to answer your question.