Re: [IxDA] Why Left Search Buttons Perform Faster Than Right
21 Dec 2010 - 5:17pm
3 years ago
I come in piece with a twist of humor...
Innovation is key and nowhere have I read in this string anyone frowning on it. Actually just the opposite.
However.... When someone portrays an article as fact, refers to their own site for reference and starts an email off with "Research has shown....", its logical for readers simply ask, what research? Show us, inquiring minds want to know.
And if you have NONE, ZIPPO, ZERO... that by far exceeds tapping on the glass for a response. That's pretty much sticking your hand in the cage...OUCH!
There is nothing wrong with having an opinion, soliciting feedback, challanging status quo and even poking the darn bear... Its the exciting part of progression. Yet, there is still something discrediting about portaying ones opinions and ideas as fact, argueing them as such with no basis at all.
I didn't see any sharks looking to discredit the guy, but in my opinion...he did that on his own with his inconsistancies.
After stating...research shows...... I found it to be misleading. and though I personally disagree with his theory, I don't even think it was his actual idea, that evoked such a response.
For me, it was his digression of " Reasearch shows....it's just my blog...I can't do everything for you...do your own research" and all the inconsistancies that followed (including the ones on his own website).
In this arena if you're going to poke the bear, for goodness sake, at least have a stick in your hand!
I wish everyone a Happy Healthy Holiday Season!