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> Surely if 99.9% of their employees did not understand their
> technology, our steely-eyed executives would get rid of them?
Andrew didn't say "99.9% of their employees."
What he said was:
> Inaccuracies are 100% the direct fault of the author(s) and
> editors. And 99.9% of the time its because those writers and
> editors do not understand
But I suspect we were both exaggerating anyway.
The remainder of my rant remains intact.
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