I read a lot of technology-related news on a daily basis, from multiple international sources. I follow the big news religiously and wait for launches. I lust to buy the best of the products, and I can’t get tired of learning more and more about technology.
I was introduced to the world of technology because of my father, who has a degree in computer science. Since I was a kid, I have had a computer at my home and have spent time fiddling with it ever since.
My first exposure to the world of technology, beyond the PC, was this magazine called Digit that is published from Mumbai. It is one of the best magazines available in the market, and had been my favorite for a long time.
All that changed a year or 2 ago after I could see the quality of the articles deteriorating. It hurt, and since then I decided not to renew my subscription when it ends in 2014.
When I read this news article in the October issue of Digit, I was beyond angry. To me, that’s not how a technology publication approves the posts its authors write. It’s the responsibility of the editor/editorial team to go through every article that is to be published to make sure it is factually correct. This article, wasn’t.
The Article in question:
Now, Digit doesn’t have an e-book of the magazine. I wrote to them about the article titled ‘The iPhone 5S: What we don’t like’. The following are the places you can read the article about which I wrote:
1) Their website: It has an post which is a bit different from the one published (different sub-headings, among other changes).
2) The scanned copy: I don’t have a very awesome scanner, so bear with me.
3) The photograph: It’s a very clear photograph, so yeah.
My response, the e-mail:
To: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com