Do you trust CNET?
by DH1 - 5/12/07 3:34 PM
Don't get me wrong here: I LOVE CNET! I come here with questions. I come here for answers. I come here for reviews. I come here to learn. And I come here just for fun.
My mail box is never empty as I subscribe to CNET'S "Weekend Hit List," "Membership," "Forums," and "AnchorDesk."
For many years I subscribed to Consumer Reports. Consumer Reports is, theoretically, a non-biased review of products. Consumer Reports accepts no advertising.
The questions are: do you trust CNET? Is CNET unbiased? Does CNET derive its revenue from advertising? And, specifically, do you trust CNET's product reviews?
I'll be watching ... and will be most interested to discover a) if this post actually makes it onto the CNET boards, b) how many will reply and (if enough of you do reply), c) if this question will appear on CNET's Weekend Hit List's "Top 10 Community Discussions."