On walkabout in life and technology

Reviews Should Advise

Matt “Legend” Gemmell, writing in Opinions in Journalism summarizes and continues recent internet discussions on how Tech Journalism has become too bland, impartial and hedged:

...as readers, we’re often looking for insight to help with a buying decision, rather than raw information.

As Ben Brooks sees it in Family Apple (via Hugh Sissling):

More surprising is that no one asked me which phone or computer to get — they just wanted to know which iPad to get and if they should wait for the next iPad.

Not one product review I have seen has been honest enough to say that the reader should stop wasting their time reading this \ review and just get an iPad.

If our family members know, so should the press.