__/ [ John Bailo ] on Sunday 07 May 2006 17:23 \__
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> That's just what I tell my mom about Thunderbird, but she never wants to
>> /explore/ an application unless she has a soft cover book at hand, from
>> which she can learn step-by-step. It is something to do with antiquated
>> notions and mental barriers.
> One of the smartest managers I ever worked for told me that the only way
> to really understand a system is to step outside it.
Yes. And to exemplify, Wox decided to step outside the system and he now
understands its intricacies very well:
"...Microsoft, Apple and AOL, they tend to turn out the crappiest
products, you know, software-wise"
And that, my friend, is what you hear from co-founder of Apple.
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