• Do tech headlines that pose questions usually negate themselves?

    Posted March 21, 2013 - 1:30 pm

    When a headline in a technology-focused blog, column, or magazine asks a question, there is one response that works almost every single time.
  • Just Say No To Over-sensationalistic Headlines

    Posted June 19, 2010 - 2:31 pm

    There are days I look at a headline and wonder: "What part of that story goes with that headline?" It's a problem in any form of publishing, as the whole purpose of the headline is to get your attention and make you read the story, but the tech industry seems to have the worst issues with it. For example, this story from Computerworld. It's a breathless headline, isn't it? "Adobe knocks Apple for serving up outdated Flash Player". Oh, you can almost hear the knives being sharpened on all sides as you read it.

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