First off, WILL. If I came off as too harsh in my response I apologize. But keep in mind I was posting website feedback to the mag, not questions/comments to forum members. The responses I got (not the original one from you) were unsolicited and self righteous and I responded in kind. (My bad, I should have ignored them)
But at the end of the day you have (for over a month and still today) the wrong frequency listed for the top processor and a link to the FRONT page of Intel. The fact that responses to forum post with threats is more important to the EIC than fixing a simple typo and link, is all that is needed to let me know I am "not going to last long here".
Second, I have been a patron of, and have bragged about, this mag since the days of Boot. But your support of an irrational threat and lack of concern for a fixing a simple yet month long, loud and credibility hurting error, tells me I should leave.
Therefore I am officially requesting my account be deleted.
OK ALMAX. One of the best things about using a messageboard for this type of support is that the members of the forum are kind enough pitch in and help by answering questions that are asked over and over again. That's what these guys were attempting to do here, but they got sidetracked by the officious and entitled tone of YOUR posts.
If you want to submit direct feedback to me, then you should send me an email. As the spam in my inbox every morning will attest, my email address is plastered all over the site.
When you submit feedback to the forums, every other person with a forum account has the right to chime in. While I read most everything posted here, I don't have time to personally respond to most of the posts, and frequently if one of these guys answers your question, I'll leave it at that. While I definitely appreciate your support, I have very limited time to spend on the forums, and simply posting here doesn't entitle you to attention from me, especially if you're rude. There are about 250,000 people who pay for the magazine every month, and another 1 million or so who come to the website. There's simply not enough of me to respond to all the feedback we get personally. Even if there was, it wouldn't be a particularly good use of my time.
Whether you intended your post to be rude or not, that's how everyone who read it interpreted it. If you can't convey not-snippy intent with plain text, you should consider using emoticons or something to let people know you're not attacking them.
You'll also note that the problems you pointed out have been fixed. Thanks for your input!