One year after the IPO am I just a now piece of meat data? Ungrateful I: just shut up and take what's given. Vive la CNET!
The CNET article is a good investigative journalism, full stop. The original version had some factual errors, but they were quickly corrected, and the article stands as something that educates readers, making them better informed consumers. Badda-bing, vestiges of a democratic society. Both the writer, Elinor Mills, and her editors at CNET should be proud. Does G's punitive reaction not lessen their image by saying that if you write something critical of them, regardless of truth, they will seek to restrict your voice? Geeze, fluffy Google pudding tastes like...a publicly traded multinational corporation seeking to maximise returns for shareholders, no? The profit motive is of course perfectly legitimate, and indeed a paragon of capitalism, badda-boo, but is this how you want to be treated as a C-U-S-T-O-M-E-R?
One year after the IPO am I just a now piece of meat data? Ungrateful I: just shut up and take what's given.
Vive la CNET!
Scott McClellan would be proud.