In a recent op-ed that is spreading like wildfire across the Internet, the New York Times' Seth Schiesel bashes the PlayStation 3 up, down, left, right, sideways and all ways in between. The Times' four-eyed embargo-breaker had this to say:
Really Seth? Are we going to judge a console just a few days into its life cycle? Is that how things are gonna be now? I'll post the rest of his idiocy after the jump, but to call a console failed before it even has a chance to get up and stretch its legs is just plain stupid -- and maybe shed some light into why I think Seth is the worst thing to happen to the NYT since Jayson Blair.
A Weekend Full of Quality Time With PlayStation 3
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