On 20/08/15 10:12, Adam Tauno Williams wrote:
I should get a job writing these kinds of reviews
Why are you assuming that a human-being wrote the review?
It has most of the hallmarks of a bot-written review.
The days of the paid, professional reviewer are numbered.
From one side, are reviews written for gratis across the social media;
From the other side, bots are writing reviews;
From the third side, content distributors are trying to slash costs
wherever and whenever possible;
I miss the depth of old BYTE! magazine reviews.
The primary virtue of BYTE! reviews was that there was a sense of
objectivity, in what was rated, and how it was rated. There were a
couple of times when the reviewer was trying to say the product was
"good", when their own ratings showed that it was bad, and vice-versus.
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