I read a so-called review about OnPassive, and it made me wonder how many people are actually making their decisions based on someone else’s opinion about something that someone else actually knew nothing about, Rather than finding people who at least know the owner and see what they say. I realize that different users could, or most definitely would have different experiences too, depending on the user. But, users do have the Intel, onlookers don’t. What actually is a review anyway? A review is a statement of the experience a user has of a particular product or service. Can an onlooker who knows nothing about what’s actually going on, do an honest review? No, not possible. Can an onlooker give[…]