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Let's deconstruct your deconstruction
Authored by: DannyB on Monday, November 26 2012 @ 01:58 PM EST
There is nothing wrong with having an opinion and expressing it.

That is true for both FOSSPatents and Groklaw.

If one has a track record of being right, as in Groklaw's case, they should be
recognized for that.

If one has a track record of being wrong, as in FOSSPatents' case, they should
be recognized for that.

If one has an agenda but claims to be neutral, they should be called on it and
recognized for it.

I would also point out that not only does Groklaw have an excellent track
record, and is willing to correct its own errors in the unusual cases when it
makes them, but Groklaw has won numerous awards, and lastly is archived by the
Library of Congress.


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The price of freedom is eternal litigation.

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Let's deconstruct your deconstruction
Authored by: albert on Monday, November 26 2012 @ 09:15 PM EST
<..."And Mueller is an analyst, and it is likely that his pre-existing
opinions are what caused him to be hired. Because that's his *job*. Not
journalism."...>

Pure speculation. I speculate that he's a gun for hire.

<..."He does have an "obvious bias"- called his opinions in
most contexts, and they're quite clear in his posts. Just like this site does.
Guess what? Everyone does....">

If you only read his blog, and FOSSPatents, you would never know he's a paid
consultant for MS & Oracle, let alone when he's quoted as a 'patent expert'
somewhere else. Why does he have a problem with full disclosure? No other
analysts I've read do.

Stop making excuses for him. He made his bed, now he's lying in it.








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