has an excellent deconstruction of an excellent review
of Mac OS X:
What Siracusa does so well ? year after year, with each review ? is to examine nearly everything that?s most notable about the latest version. He writes about what deserves to be written about, both good and bad. So many times with reviews of any nature, one gets the sense that the reviewer is following a formula: spend the first two-thirds of the review saying what?s good, then sprinkle in a few negative points to make it seem ?balanced?.
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