I just posted an article I wrote back in February but only just got round for posting....
Sorry for the delay... Let me know your thoughts :-)
The hub is basically well-written, and the topic is interesting, but there are a number of errors:
- Febuary (spelling)
- focused in (grammar)
- whose only purpose is (grammar, e.g. "their only purpose is")
- attempt to (singular/plural, e.g. "attempts to" or "attempted to").
My comments only cover the top third of the article. I suggest careful proofreading of the entire article. When you are done, I can take another look.
I also recommend that you get yourself an avatar (profile image) and that you fill out a brief description for your profile page.
Welcome to HubPages!
You need to work on your tags a bit. You should have roughly 10--some broad and some niche.
Your CNET link isn't working as a link. Don't know why that is.
Take the date out of your first header, or it will be almost irrelevant to someone coming to read the hub next month or the month after.
And finally...I'm not quite sure what your point is with the hub. None of what you talk about is "new," per se, but it should at least have a point.
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