Originally Posted by Corrections
Can you outline a few DED "reality obscuring" problems? There are literally hundreds of DED articles up on a wide range of subjects, so it should be easy for you to find and describe lots of serious problems if DED can outline half a dozen major problems in a single Wikipedia article. Or are you simply creating a false equivalency and not backing up your accusations with any facts in a lazy effort to discredit actual journalism?
That’s not something to be proud of.
"Google's plans to bypass environmental review backfires
The floating project appeared aimed to skirting environmental review and public planning procedures, regulations that can add significant cost or delay."
There is no evidence to back up your claim that Google aimed to skirt environmental review. It is pure speculation.
"The primary data point supporting the "5c Failure" propaganda campaign is that the cheaper model hasn't been able to outsell Apple's top of the line 5s, as if Apple would prefer to sell the 5c and collect at least $100 less per sale."
No, the primary data point was Tim Cook's admission that iPhone 5c demand was lower than thought, as discussed in this article http://appleinsider.com/articles/14/01/27/tim-cook-admits-iphone-5c-share-lower-than-expected-says-demand-was-different-than-we-thought
From the same article, "Imagine General Motors being upset to find that the majority of its customers preferred to pay a 20 percent premium for an option package that included fancier trim, greater horsepower and a lucrative technology/convenience package."
Your analogy twists the purpose of the 5c, which was to expand Apple's appeal to new customers in the mid-range market. It wasn't intended to drive customers to the 5s, although that trend certainly does benefit Apple.
I'll do some more research later, and I'll be sure to point out your distortions in future articles.