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Ugh, Frontpage...

Brainboy (310252) writes | more than 8 years ago

User Journal 0

Now I don't normally read the frontpage all that much. Sometimes I read through the headlines, occasionally I clickthrough link whatever. When I opened Slashdot today the headline for this article caught my eye. Now being the only geek who DIDN'T think Virtual Light was godawful, I decided to read his new spiel. Honestly it put rather succiently some very important points. I thought it wa

Now I don't normally read the frontpage all that much. Sometimes I read through the headlines, occasionally I clickthrough link whatever. When I opened Slashdot today the headline for this article caught my eye. Now being the only geek who DIDN'T think Virtual Light was godawful, I decided to read his new spiel. Honestly it put rather succiently some very important points. I thought it was pretty interesting. I figured it might stir up cool discussions so I read through the comments.

What a big waste of time. Now, I expect the usual trolls on any frontpage article. But c'mon, this shit is ridiculous. Then again, perhaps by mistake was expect interesting conversation from a frontpage article.

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