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  1. Why are we always looking for someone else to make life easier for us. Anyone sending or replying to an email should put their brain into gear first and think about what they are doing

    1. Because so far we have failed to comply, and shown that we don’t think before we act, it is time for us to rethink the software itself

    2. That seams a bit disingenuous! Why did I pay so much for an iPhone? To make my life easier! Why did I install Pocket in my iPhone, so that it makes reading easier!

      Again, why did I pay so much for an iPhone? So that I can easily read this Blog post & reply to your comment while waiting in line at the Subway counter (which is right now)!

  2. Everything that could be done is based on a software design principles from a dawn of computing.
    While in a mean time we had huge shift in main technology trends and inherited/introduced user behaviours.

    In the past we had fixed computing stations and operators that are trained to use them. I know it sound ridiculous but people where educated to work with email, and believe it or not there are a lot of people today that don’t know around mail software. Mostly they hope that they done it right.

    What we have presently is new market segment of daily productive repetitive tasks. Size of it should not be quantified but called closing to population level. Software is becoming our daily tool.

    For that to be truly functional product it has to provide CARE-FREE usability.

    Like when you use, pen and paper, phone, dollar bill, you don’t think about how to use it, you just do it.

    These are just very broad strokes, and I am deliberately non-specific, but I managed to kindle some interest on your side, please contact me on dwanguard [at] yahoo com.

    I hate to waste my time, but even more so from other people.

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