General Chat Thread, Irritating BBC Journo in General; Rory Sodding Cellan-Jones knows nothing at all about technology.
A typical hack - simply re-peddles the buzz words & hype ...
30th December 2009, 08:29 PM #1
Irritating BBC Journo
Rory Sodding Cellan-Jones knows nothing at all about technology.
A typical hack - simply re-peddles the buzz words & hype from the manufacturers.
BBC News - Ten years of changes in technology
They should pay some geek from the bowels of IT to talk tech - I'd rather like the 80k a year the Beeb pay this irritating twerp.
30th December 2009, 08:50 PM #2
Typical lightweight BBC
No news (or substance) in that what so ever - I'm sure they make all these fillers for weeks before xmas so they can run on a skeleton staff until the new year.
31st December 2009, 12:48 PM #3
The BBC are getting worse than the Daily Mail.
This article is a cracking example, and my nomination for the "No S*** Sherlock" award 2009.
BBC News - Home drinkers 'over-pour spirits'
31st December 2009, 01:50 PM #4
Nice little iPlayer plug in there......
Am I missing something or haven't tablet PCs been around for a while... So how are they the next big thing...
31st December 2009, 01:53 PM #5
I'll vote for yournomination! Exactly why I now have a shot measure at home, I knew for years I was over-pouring!
Originally Posted by synaesthesia
31st December 2009, 02:03 PM #6
Maybe Rory has just realised technology has changed over the last 10 years, when in fact it's been evolving ever since technology was invented.
It would of been a more interesting read/viewing if he went back 2 or possibly 3 decades. Mobile phones in the 80's were something special
To add to the mix, I think iPlayer vs Youtube will be an interesting matchup in the next few years. Even an organisation like the BBC are a dot compared to Google. Youtube which is better than iPlayer (in my opinion) will no doubt start providing films, documentaries, you name it
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