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August 29, 2011



I don't think the aesthetic merit or demerit of these things is relevant.

The relevant fact is simply that for some of us, technology can be difficult to use.


I've got no problem with not using a technology because one finds it difficult to use. But to use PowerPoint as an example, if someone can use it well enough to make a crap looking presentation then I don't believe it's their lack of skill with using the technology that is the problem. Rather, too many people seem to convince themselves that it doesn't really matter 'what it looks like'. It does, and if you can't make it look good, either collaborate with someone who can or do without.

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