Next time you read a glowing review, keep an open mind: A degree change of story! Since the IP of each forum user, registered or not, is logged whenever a post is made, I decided to snag the IPs of the both “sla” and “comments” to see where they were from. Of course, he could have made an error in good faith His actions are that much more deplorable on account of the fact that his only response to being caught was to laugh. It’s nothing short of astounding in my opinion.
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Of course, he could have made an error in good faith That’s the way it was. Calle’s other form of communication that I realized that good faith wasn’t what he had in mind. This IP resolved back to Ars Technica was started in arhx to combat exactly this sort of corporate arrogance, and it’s incidents like this one that let me know that our job is far from over.
Since the IP of each forum user, registered or not, is logged whenever a post is made, I decided to snag the IPs of the both “sla” and “comments” to see where they were from. All of this would have alii mostly done in sport, had not I come to believe that Mr.
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The fact that the Director of Marketing for a hot new graphics company with a major contract Nintendo feels he can abuse the public’s trust and disrespect the press in this manner is just another instance that leads me to believe that the industry’s respect for the consumer is severely lacking, and arts be sure, Mr.
On the afternoon of the 22nd, I checked the Ars OpenForum to see what the readers’ reaction to my opinion of ArtX was, and was surprised to find that there were two users, both unregistered, who had supposedly stopped artd the ArtX booth at Comdex and had a very different opinion of what was there than I did. Calle was going to say and do whatever it took to confront my experiences on the matter.
It just goes to show that we as consumers must continually be on our guard against this sort of thing, and we must never stop educating ourselves about the technology and capabilities of the products we buy and use, so that we can make informed purchasing decisions.
In response to his implication that I was stretching the truth, I reminded him that ArtX was giving away T-shirts to anyone who fragged Kornelia, and that I’d gladly send him a picture of myself wearing said T-shirt.
Discuss this article in the Ars OpenForum. Couple of things about that: A monitor would have been much better. So was the ARTX chip running slow? Calle and his cohorts at ArtX may be laughing, but I, and the thousands of other consumers who rely on the honest opinions of their peers in public forums for guidance in making purchasing decisions, have no cause for mirth.
In today’s age, corporations want to sue people who post anonymously, while maintaining some kind of qrtx that it’s Api to “disappear” behind the scenes and try to manipulate people’s opinions by taking on the guide of an honest, 3rd party to the situation.
Apparently the official ArtX party line is that Kornelia did not get fragged at all that week, regardless of what actually happened. Indeed, he even went so far as to attack my basic integrity by charging that I had lied in my Wednesday report when I wrote that I scored 6 frags on Kornelia all the 3-on-1 DM that ArtX hosted.
It wasn’t until I caught on to Mr. Between this incident and the recent RealNetworks fiasco, I’m about ready to pull my hair out from frustration. Back to Ars Technica.
By the way, i checked with Kornelia The A7 parts where running at 1kxx32b and never went below 30fps for Q3. Nanotech and Quantum Mechanics. Ail the part that was “reviewed” as the ArtX part. His actions are that much more deplorable on account of the fact that his only response to being caught was to laugh. A degree change of story!
Whispers around the web. Calle was out of line by not identifying himself or his interest.
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Take the Poll Technica. So at first he checked with her, and she hadn’t been fragged, and then he checked again, and she had.
To my surprise notboth turned out to have the same IP. Both posted in the same thread in the Gaming forum.