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Jun 15th 2010 11:23PM Regarding your "writing of a comprehensive roundup" - just a suggestion ....and maybe you were planning on this - give us a comparative table of the screen shot tools and their features. I've completely skipped many comprehensive write-up because they turn a table worth of data into a 2000 word essay. A table with your commentary would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
Dec 27th 2009 3:28PM It's a misleading statistic....yes, so lets perpetuate by not correcting the title of the article.
Nov 16th 2009 11:23AM You say "now that we have enough invested that it's too late to back out"...well we know this simply isn't true .... high investment, high cost to change- yes, change overnight - no. There are countless examples of products/services with a high hurdle to change...but we do and will.
Aug 3rd 2009 10:53AM What's more interesting is how DS has convinced themselves that bringing us the "worst of" is of some type of value to its readers.
Jul 3rd 2009 1:57PM What I find interesting is that someone would take their time write about such a site...and, at least to some extent encourage others to waste their time. Think how much more beneficial his writing talent would be if it were spent on an equally advanced/progressive/new/enlightening website.
Mar 23rd 2009 11:15PM What continues to boggle my mind is why Steve or MSFT gets any news coverage at all. The company is a perpetual under performer. The only story is their ability to plow billions into R&D, follow others lead then, under deliver. Not a good business model.
Mar 6th 2009 10:29AM Engadget pointlessly tells us PRETEC pointlessly announces world's first SDXC card without a ship date. E could easily drop these "pointless" posts....yes, free to read, but its only my time I value.
Mar 1st 2009 11:14AM Very cool. However, there needs to be some upper management changes for MSFT to be part of 2019. MSFT is now a follower, not a leader...stuck in 1999.
Feb 5th 2009 3:06PM How to kill the buzz? Release it to the public....the real users. The over-hyped software will underwhelm, just as in the past (the trend is your friend). Nothing has changed.
Dec 24th 2008 10:45AM a measly .03 percent - relevancy of this to energy production, to me and amount of space that should have been allocated to this article.
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