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Tuesday, May 17, 2005

MIT in Review

It's been a little while since I pointed out Mr. Hellweg's inability to google when the MIT Tech Review declared that videogame blogs just aren't out there. A lot of you were surprised to find out that some of your daily reading material was really just a figment of your poor deluded mind.

Many sought reckoning, myself included. In fact, I also emailed the mag's Editor in Chief as well as Jason Goldman, Chief Blogger, who supposedly "inspired" the column by wondering if we're out here.

I assured him we were. I have not, however, heard back from any of them. However, a few netizens who could navigate MIT's site better than myself did leave a more permanent mark.

Pretty sad when a "magazine of innovation" can't master such futuristic concepts as Google and e-mail, I'd say. Maybe they should do a segment where they just read from blogs as punishment?

1 comment:

Corvus said...

I have to confess that I find much of their content suspect. At times I've suspected that moments before press time, they either a) generate a bunch of useless filler or b) pull articles from the round file, in an effort to beef up the magazine.