Someone posted a video from Windows Weekly today discussing Flickergate, and it really set me off. I found the commentary flippant and infuriating. A recurrent/increasing problem I've had with the technorati, and why I love the little community that we have here, is that ultimately I feel they don't serve end users. The companies release devices with lovely specs, the reviewers/technorati/tech blogs play with them for a couple weeks, salivate over the tech specs, but ultimately don't use devices long enough or extensively enough or in scenarios that end users will, for the issues that end users encounter to arise, yet we use these reviews to inform our purchasing decisions. Do we need to hold them to a higher standard? How do we do this?