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Readers discuss the flaws of Windows 8 and chastise the Switch for "PC idiocy."

  • Timothy B. Lee
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  • Feb 16, 2014
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Plus, readers argue that NBC's corporate parent, Comcast, is the reason why Olympics broadcasting is so tightly controlled.

Plus, readers debate the merits of hydrogen fuel cells and applaud Yale students' initiative.

Readers debate. And: What if BuzzFeed articles were automated?

A reader says he'd rather pay a premium for his online privacy, and another explains why it's impractical for news sites to implement SSL.

A reader suggests a solution for talkative air travelers,and another explains the secret of Valve's success as a gaming company.,

A reader argues for traditional forms of reporting, and another picks apart the economics of Internet service.

Switch readers respond to the death of iGoogle, new spy planes, and the Morris worm.

Readers discuss the glitchy government service and propose charging websites for the privilege of tracking their online activity.

Readers complain about Comcast and discuss the serendipity of Timothy B. Lee's name.

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