Re: Slashdot and other myths (was Re: Handling developers, "the zone" and other myths)
The people in my crowd tend to pooh-pooh anything from Slashdot, aside
from the occasional reference to other material and its amusement value.
Does anyone here actually find Slashdot useful for information?
/. is for script kiddies and wannabes. :)
However, when I put on my unrepentant ethnographer's hat, it's just the hackers' version of the perpetual "should technical writers focus more on tech or writing?" wars that happen here.
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