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"Appeal to worse problemsis aninformal fallacywhich attempts to suggest that the opponent's argument should be ignored because there are more important problems in the world - despite the fact that these issues are completely unrelated to the subject under discussion. A well-known example of this fallacy is the response "but there are children starving in Africa," with the implication that any issue less serious than that isn't worthy of discussion."
2 years ago on The New York Times should be ashamed, but only for pandering to idiotic Twitter outrage
No, it was a really bad lead. Sure, she's an accomplished person, but how is her housework? That sure sounds like sexist bullshit to me.
What? Uh, no. Smartphones are going to be using the Web. Same web. Different device. Native apps are in a much weaker position than a web experience that can travel cross platform: laptop, TV, ereader, phone. Same web. Different stylesheets.
2 years, 11 months ago on The Web Is Dead! Long Live Smartphones!