writes the Register
Yesterday the Supreme Court made a narrow judgement on copyright liability. . . . But the professional pundits and their pyjama-clad reflections in the "blogosphere" had been anxiously waiting for the Supremes' verdict for a week, with their explosive editorials primed and ready. And off they went, like lab monkeys on meths sniffing fresh air for the first time.
The result is today's deluge of incorrect, poorly informed and self-serving babble.
There, your Grokster simile of the day.