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phil jones

Sig, did you see this? : http://markbernstein.org/NeoVictorian.html


Thanks Phil! That's an excellent one, overall approach and many nuggets to pick up about a different kind of software.

"It helps to get stuff done: not filling out forms or filing pictures or retrieving records, but the endlessly difficult, challenging, everyday stuff of understanding what is going on around us." - yessiree!

and this:

"When I say that software is "built for people", I don't mean some fuzzy notion that the software is intuitive or "friendly" or that it can be sold to millions of consumers. I mean, simply, that it offers some specific people three specific virtues: commodity, firmness, and delight." :)

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