David Pogue, a technology writer par excellence (and devoted Mac fan), offers a fun and useful lesson on Netiquette, How to Be a Curmudgeon on the Internet. Insight #6 from his 9-habits of highly effective pills:
6. If you find a sentence early in the article that rubs you the wrong way, you are by no means obligated to finish reading. Stop right where you are–express your anger while it’s still good and hot! What are the odds that the writer is going to say anything else relevant to your point later in the piece, anyway?