From: Robert Benschop (rbenschop_at_telebyte.nl)
Date: Wed Nov 03 2004 - 23:26:03 PST
On 4-nov-04, at 5:29, Brian Pearce wrote:
> And given that the MessagePad attracted the most attention in the
> mainstream media when it was first introduced -- and subsequently
> failed -- I'd venture a guess that this is how most of the general
> public remember the product (if they remember it at all). For most
> people, for better or worse, it's probably the most notable aspect of
> the product's history.
Hm, if we accept lazy journalism aren't we a lazy public? And isn't a
lazy/uninterested public the worst thing that can happen to a society?
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