Originally Posted by Robin Huber
Dilger just reported what the doctor said, he didn't make it up or embellish it.
I don't mind the article, this is an Apple (fan) news site, after all. But Daniel seems to have gotten progressively worse over the years in severely biasing his articles. I still enjoy the depth of research in many of them, but when you stretch the truth or paint opinion as fact, it gets tiresome.
Small case in point here, unless I'm completely missing something, this sentence bothered me:just how deeply Apple's less than a year old iPad has infected the media, now serving as a common measure of cognitive function.
Is it really a common
measure of cognitive function? Or is it a brand new measure that's at the very most a few months old, but getting a lot of attention today because of a famous person? This is just one small example, but his articles have become littered with stuff like this, and it's sad because he has so much great information to share. Please Daniel, keep writing your articles, but tone it down.