This is written by someone who's wholly unfamiliar with the Macintosh.
Sadly, some of the worst writing I've ever read. Sadly, it's not just this article. Sadly, the site actually takes itself seriously.
This is where Snowden's naïveté loses me. He actually believes there are academic institutions and public interest organizations working for the common good? They're bought and paid for like everything else. There is no keeping profit lust out.
"Finally" and "officially" in the same sentence. Does it get much better?
I must've missed the team's unofficial confirmation.
This is a misconception that needs to be rectified: A service that is supported by ads that doesn't require monetary payment is not free. Payment is still being exchanged in the form of attention and, in many cases, invasion of privacy through tracking.
I often call attention to "officially" but this is just as bad. When was the informal approval?
When was the unofficial delay? Something either is or it isn't.
I doubt the cost savings will matter the first time this car needs to respond to an emergency and the battery is dead.
A little research sometimes goes a long way. I'm not convinced that Arrow McLaren Racing SP will be an IndyCar powerhouse when it debuts so I wrote about it.
I wrote about having a journalistic agenda.
I love animals but if you can't fly without one, perhaps a train, car or other transportation method?
I always enjoy a good Orwell shoutout.
I wonder how Twitter feels about headlines like these because it sure reads as if company itself commented.
I might be tempted by this.
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