Linked by Kroc Camen on Fri 10th Dec 2010 14:28 UTC
OSNews, Generic OSes I know that there's a number of readers who don't like it when OSnews covers political topics, I'm one of them. These political upheavals however spell danger for operating system hobbyists and so I dedicate this article to framing the political news within the context of what we are here to read about: operating systems.
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WorknMan
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And you somehow magically lose said intelligence to draw your own conclusions once there's an opinion in the article you don't agree with?


Notice I said from a neutral point of view. Meaning, an article that's well balanced will have viewpoints from both sides of the political isle.

Thus, if you post an article that simply states your viewpoint about a particular subject and you only add points to back up what you believe, how is a reader supposed to draw any intelligent conclusions about a subject if you're also not giving them counterpoints?

For example, when it comes to Wikileaks, was there anything in that information that might endanger people's lives, including those serving in the military? Has it caused anyone to be killed or seriously harmed, or does it have the potential to? If the answer is yes, maybe you think it's irrelevant, but like I said... just lay the facts out on the table and let readers decide for themselves.

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