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Dice employee Dawn Kawamoto's accepted Slashdot stories

guttentag (313541) writes | about a year and a half ago

User Journal 4

Dawn Kawamoto is a "Dice news" employee who "submits" articles that are accepted by Slashdot editors because she works for their parent company.

Dawn Kawamoto is a "Dice news" employee who "submits" articles that are accepted by Slashdot editors because she works for their parent company.

I'll be keeping track of how long Dice keeps posting stories by its own employees.

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I'm torn (1)

Earthquake Retrofit (1372207) | about a year and a half ago | (#43387521)

If this was evidence these allegations were true I would rate it +1 interesting. But -1 troll seems appropriate otherwise. Too bad there's not a +1 Troll.

re: accepted because Kawamoto works for parent? (1)

dgharmon (2564621) | about a year and a half ago | (#43387835)

Well she's not very good at keeping the association quite .. ref [slashdot.org]

Guttenfag (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#43387985)

Cry more, you little bitch.

Interesting (1)

Omnifarious (11933) | about a year and a half ago | (#43393905)

The first article is a shill for an industry that would dearly love to be able to treat developers poorly. If they can get a whole ton of developers from other countries who are dependent on their employer's good will to even stay here they can lower the standards by which they treat all their employees.

Additionally, of course, it means that the elites can continue to let the US education system slide into uselessness and unaffordability because they can find some other country's education system to parasitize instead.

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