REPUBLICANS: OBAMA MUST TAKE ACTION IN SYRIA SO WE CAN CRITICIZE ACTION HE TOOK IN SYRIA
You might not know it from reading Techmeme or Business Insider, but the reaction to iOS 7 was not overwhelmingly hostile. In fact, according to Synthesio, which monitors social media, the iPhone's new look generated 172,000 comments online, and only 10% were negative.
"Criticism may not be agreeable," Churchill once said, "but it is necessary." So I'm collecting comments from the naysayers. If you spot one I've missed, put it in the comment stream. If it's insightful -- or clever -- enough, I'll pop it in the post.
The reviews on Twitter were especially harsh.
FORTUNE -- It didn't take long for the critics to weigh in on Apple (AAPL) CEO Tim Cook's performance at D:11 AllThingsD Tuesday night.
Thanks to the Internet -- and especially to Twitter -- the first reviews were posted before he left the stage. They were not very kind.
A representative sample:Adam Lashinsky, Senior editor at large, Fortune. The unbearable lightness of what Tim Cook says: The interview conducted MORE Philip Elmer-DeWitt - May 29, 2013 7:16 AM ET
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