Keith I Myers – 2016-03-13 18:35:21-0400 – Updated: 2016-03-13 18:35:21-0400Wow… I was just forced to remove CNET from my RSS feeds because of this royal turd. I don’t even think that +The Verge would be able to top this.
Wow… I was just forced to remove CNET from my RSS feeds because of this royal turd. I don’t even think that +The Verge would be able to top this.
Shared with: Public, The Verge+1’d by: Gauhar Kachchhi, Adam Outler, Chris Pugrud, Ram Aj, Martijn Kuenen, Carl Draper, rick sare almost daily vlog, Andrew Bernstein, Vito Vizziato, C K, Влатко Стојанов, Phillip Buckingham, Andrew Port, Victor Martinez, Simon KämpfReshared by: Carl DraperVilmar Simson – 2016-03-13 18:56:04-0400To be honest The Verge seems to be redeeming itself, at least in my eyes. Andrew Bernstein – 2016-03-13 19:51:03-0400I removed cnet a while back, don’t remember why but I guess this validates that decision Joseph Hindy – 2016-03-13 21:29:28-0400Man I read that. Click bait nonsense if I ever saw it. Keith I Myers – 2016-03-14 00:02:07-0400By their logic, CNET still has one flaw, it is not SlashdotChris V – 2016-03-14 07:25:09-0400As soon as I saw this on my Facebook feed yesterday I unfollowed CNET on all feeds and erased their bookmark. Adam Outler – 2016-03-14 16:19:35-0400I got that in my Google Now feed. I would love to repost it just to feed the flame war in the comments section, but I can’t due to my job.Terry Hutchinson – 2016-03-14 20:26:27-0400None of the xNET sites remained relevant into the 21st century. I’ve avoided them for years. I saw this in the Google news. But I don’t go to xNET links. The very worst feature about Google News, and it has caused me to go there a LOT less recently is that you can’t BAN tabloid sources like CNET and Salon.Albert Altman – 2016-03-16 16:00:40-0400hehe, yet another idiot that has no business reviewing technology. journalists should stop taking bribes and be objective.