So this dude, at Computerworld, is offering up a chunk of Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt about Kindle’s dominance of the ebook market. It’s a silly and mostly unreadable post, though the digg comments amuse, but nowhere, despite the author’s clear intent to trash Kindle on no evidence, does he mention Kindle’s lack of direct support for .Epub as a reason for the device’s “failure.”
It’s possible that the writer understands that Kindle, in its support of Mobipocket and OPS 2.0, does follow real ebook standards, but more likely that no one actually cares about Adobe’s silly agenda anymore, if they ever did.
The hypothetical format doesn’t even make phantom critiques anymore. Weakest astroturfing campaign in history.