Oops.. i suppose i could have done that before asking. Sorry, i really need to add that wikipedia search alias in farr
Then, i think this thread is in the same wavelength of this one
It's a shameful way to do publicity, specially because it can make even bigger mistakes on people's heads then the normal publicity.
If some guy says on a blog that the origami will have this or that feature, and then the someone buys the origami thinking he was well informed but then the origami doesn't have it, it was just "some guy" on "some forum" who said that, no way to blame noone for that.
I think that more and more, when you buy something, you have to test it first, and have good, reliable fonts of information, other than just a search on the first results on google, you might end up with a wrong idea of the product you're buying.