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Criticism for the sack of criticism

I am not sure if anyone else has ever felt that during a critic or just reading so sort of review found it bash for things that seem less important or even giving off a vibe that person is just being negative. A few times I felt that we have a habit of being negative for academic purposes or use it as a proof that we are intelligent. After the break I stumbled on this video, it is geared more towards video games, but I feel that criticism concern is consistence. Adam goes on saying that “criticism doesn’t mean being critical… that you look more intelligent and more negative you are.” I not saying that all negative criticism falls under this idea, but I do feel I myself and others would use negative aspects just sound more professional in our trade. What are your thought?



  1. Neha Sohail wrote:


    I understand where you’re getting at with this. Students only criticizing to impress their professors. I personally don’t criticize unless I truly don’t think something is strong or appealing. I wouldn’t do this because I wouldn’t want anyone doing this to me.

    Sunday, March 23, 2014 at 11:39 am | Permalink
  2. Colton Fouts wrote:


    Yeah I totally understand, and I don’t think someone would do so for a negative effect to another. Some just want a few extra brownie points. :/

    Tuesday, April 1, 2014 at 12:51 am | Permalink