Apple’s Papermaster was misquoted

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  2. stompy
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    Makes you wonder how some people keep their jobs.
     
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    Wow seems like some journalist rushed to conclusions.
     
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    Fixed that for you.
     
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    Thanks but no thanks. All of journalism has its problems, but tech journalism is by far the worst (of issues that matter to me, anyway). The primary reason is it's so bad is the almost total lack of original reporting. Most tech writers seem perfectly happy to recycle stories, ideas, phrases, cliches, and even press releases, and call that reporting. We see that problem in this story, in spades.
     

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