BTW, the fallacy is actually reverse ad populum. After all, he was arguing that everyone not doing it meant it was better.
It's not that either. He was simply saying that somoene who does it is better than someone who doesn't - a perfectly reasonable argument.
The true reverse ad populum only applies to indie bands and cult movies; the less people have heard of them, the more "alternative" they are.
I want some insurance for my polandinvadingmaterials
Ich Ã¼berlege, ob man diese Aussage auch auf Roboter beziehen kÃnnte
What is the difference between a duck
KÃnnten Sie das nicht lieber in einer Online-EnzyklopÃdie nachschlagen? Um die Frage zu beantworten mÃ¼sste ich meinen gesamten Cache-Speicher auslagern. Und das tut weh!
I never really understood the concept behind forcing registration on users. Namely the NYTimes. Granted, I am sure it's for ad revenue, but atleast make it like CNN, MSNBC, etc...
Seconded. These cretinous oafs make you do it every time you visit their sites to download drivers and stuff.
No doubt whoever analyses the data think that the whole world is full of Helen Kellers - an assumption which a quick look around them does nothing to dispel.