Im interpreting the current results as 70% of those responding so far agreeing with you.
""Net Worth" — Will and Diane take on a defamation case from a young Internet billionaire, who is suing the film studio for depicting him in a negative light
Looks like Jack Carpenter (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2358430/) is playing the character of Patric/Mark Zuckerberg."
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No reason to see anything sinister in that; in terms of JS performance which is all this article tests the latest dev build of chrome wouldnt give significantly different results.
Everyone that is going to read a browser JS performance test article already knows who the winner is, the IE9 results are what we click on it for - arent they?
Rather meaningless really. Of the 1319 responses to an online questionaire 1.2% (yes, thats a whole 16 people) were deemed to be "addicts". "Many" of those were deemed to be depressed. Whats that a whole 10 people?
Noone ever answers these things less than 100% honestly, do they?
Smells more like they asked their questions, stated the conclusions they were hoping to prove but failed utterly at having the data to back them up.
"It's still in the pipeline," Chief Executive Marten Mickos said of the plan to hold an initial public offering of his company's stock. He declined to discuss when the company planned to go public, but said, "We're making good progress, doing all the things we need to get done."
"We're not trying to eat Oracle's lunch. We're trying to eat their dessert." — Marten Mickos, CEO, MySQL