Running revlets on the iPad
ambassador at fourthworld.com
Thu Jul 1 13:28:10 EDT 2010
This is an increasingly common problem in the modern era of Drudge-style
There was a time not so long ago when it was considered necessary to
verify a story with three sources before going to print.
Those days are long gone in favor of "Get the scoop at any cost and we
don't even care if it's a real scoop just get it!"
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Bob Sneidar wrote:
> <sigh> No one can believe anything in the media anymore these days! I remember when you could at least believe the facts reported (if not the slant they were delivered with) simply because reporters were bound by honor to do the research needed to validate their claims. I guess honor is all but gone in our modern world.
> That being said, how many people these days read the disclaimers in dialog boxes anymore?
> On Jun 30, 2010, at 2:15 PM, Richard Gaskin wrote:
>> Bob Sneidar wrote:
>> > On the flip side just last week I heard a story that 20% of
>> > the apps for Android are capable of revealing information
>> > about your location, addresses, and information contained
>> > on your Android phone.
>> CNet has since retracted that story:
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