3/30/2005

Mac Daddy? Don’t ask the Web.

Filed under: — menk @ 5:45 am

Here is an interesting commentary about the weight of popular opinion and the media on perception of the facts.

The real world example is the debate about the ‘true’ father of the Mac. Starting with something that at one point in time is clearly undefined a key event and it’s media coverage changes from debatable to defined (pehaps ill-defined :-) ) as a result.

The Seattle Times: Business & Technology: Macintosh paternity woven in Web

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