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Limp IT news outfit - ZDnet - has admitted it doesn't have any balls, according to top columnist Jane Wakefiled. In her latest column Jane Wakefield: You've Got Mail the author blames email for bastardising the English language and even describes herself as an "email snob". However, the admission that ZDNet is gutless comes later. She writes: "Judging by some of the emails we get in the ZDNet cyber post bag I am not alone. 'Send me details' and 'It's all bollocks' are just two examples of recent missives. Send me details of what? What is bollocks? (They can't of course be referring to the ZDNet News site which is so far removed from bollocks it is almost a eunuch.)
Oh yes they can...

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