Thanks Klaas. And thanks for actually reading to the end of the post. I restored the last line!.
thanks. Recommendations are always welcome!. glad you liked it.
Thanks for your comment. I hereby encourage everyone who reads this to start complaining about the eula's lack of readability!
Thanks for your comment. Although I don't share your level of disappointment, it is definitely true that this new platform isn't ready for the mainstream yet. For now, it's mostly a geek-toy. For real productivity a tool should save rather than cost me time...
In a sense, I agree. The numbering is trivial. However, 1 through 3 are quite accepted and 4 was just on the doorstep, waiting to enter... The point I wanted to make in the post wasn't so much about numbers, but about available technology not being used effectively because people won't use open standards and won't agree on dataportability. And I guess from your comment that you got the point perfectly. Thanks for commenting, and thanks for your blog as well (I'm a regular visitor as you no doubt have noticed...)
Many thoughts... And I'm working on two ICTU programmes, so maybe we should meet and discuss this as this discussion would be bigger that what would normally fit within the commentsection of a weblog...
Hey, I didn't know that one yet.... Never too old to learn. I don't think however that this is the way to go. Color is always more tricky than black and white. What if the colors fade? And how about printing cost if you want to go bulk? the other thing is this: They're way behind the already emerging standards in this field. (being Microsoft, that wouldn't stop them...)