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Re: ATV info
On Fri, 18 Oct 1996 18:56:45 -0700, Rob Lingelbach wrote:
>After reading these articles I can't help but think there are some
>strong emotions on both sides, bordering on fanaticism...
>Dvorak certainly is Japan-bashing with his article, but Pantuso takes
>the whole computer industry to task repeatedly, associating 'computer
>people' with planned obsolescense...I find both positions simplistic,
>and Dvorak's particularly distasteful. Pantuso doesn't help his cause
>with SHOUTING CAPITAL LETTERS, but he may feel at a disadvantage, as
>Dvorak is widely read.
That he is. =20
I've been reading his columns for more than a decade, disagreeing with =
about almost everything. =20
He is, in my opinion, a gadfly, a dilettante, an uninformed muckraker =
a first class publicist.
The vast depth and breadth of his ignorance on some of the subjects which
he chooses to highlight in his columns is breath-taking. There is at =
one camp that says he doesn't write most of his stuff, that he has so =
columns and essays due that his staff writes most of them for him.
The other thing is that his stuff seems to be written to get a rise out =
people. He seems to do virtually no research, and almost *never* goes =
to visit a topic once he's done raking the muck about. =20
It is beyond me what qualifies him to hold an opinion on this subject =
should be considered by anyone involved in the industry beyond the
consideration you would give to the option of your car mechanic.
Good thing I'm not opinionated or anything.
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