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The day after I completed the first draft of this account, I opened up the most recent issue of Computerworld to find a follow-up column by Charles Babcock on the same topic, entitled SQL vs. Objects (see Exhibit J). Regrettably, though perhaps unsurprisingly, this new column also fell into the more heat than light category. In particular, it included, and commented on, a couple of quotes from my own paper as published (i.e., as reproduced in Exhibit B). As might be expected, the comments were, on the whole, less than favorable. What s more, the first of the two passages quoted had been subtly changed in the published version (I had written
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implemented, but the editor had changed it to implements compare Exhibits A and B), and that apparently trivial change made it possible for Babcock to take a very cheap shot at my original claims. The rest of Babcock s column contained numerous errors and misleading statements. Detailed discussion of those errors per se would be beyond the scope of the present appendix; however, I have to say that I find it extraordinary that Computerworld should refuse to publish and publish verbatim the carefully considered opinions of someone who has made a lengthy study of the subject, and at the same time see fit to give someone like Babcock the space to pontificate on a topic on which he clearly displays little real understanding.
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What are we to conclude from all of the foregoing Well, I m only too well aware that any claim by a writer of shabby treatment at the hands of the media tends to smack of special pleading, and runs the risk of making the claimant appear ridiculous. And I m also well aware that, in the case under discussion, the letters I wrote were at least as much an attempt at self-defense as they were an attempt to educate; a critic might therefore argue that I m merely suffering from wounded pride. But reading through the exhibits in their entirety, it s hard to escape the impression that (in the case at hand, at least) Computerworld was more interested in controversy for its own sake than it was in the dissemination of truly useful information. Certainly it published more in the way of dissenting opinion ill-informed, unsubstantiated, and incorrect opinion at that than it did in the way of reasoned argument or material that was genuinely trying to educate the readership. I ll leave it to readers of this appendix to judge whether this was an isolated incident or the norm. For my own part, I d like to continue to believe that there are still some trade publications that take their responsibilities seriously; my criticisms are reserved specifically for those that behave as Computerworld did in the case at hand. Be that as it may, here are some of the lessons I ve learned from my experience in this particular case: 1. Technical articles and letters intended for publication in the trade press, no matter how carefully argued from a technical standpoint and no matter how carefully written, are likely to be altered for publication by editorial staff who don t understand either the substance or the merits of the material in question (and often have a tin ear to boot). 2. Many aspects of the IT field are not well understood by the professional community at large, and the quality of debate is thus often not very high either. Evidence for both of these claims can readily be found in the case under discussion. This state of affairs is hardly surprising, however (and moreover is unlikely to change), given the apparent lack of interest on the part of the trade press or certain portions thereof, at least in trying to improve the situation. 3. I will be very wary in the future of relying on the trade press for enlightenment on any technical subject. This marks the end of the body of this appendix. Exhibits A J follow immediately.
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