A present I ordered on-line on "The last day to order for Christmas delivery" still hasn't turned up.
To be fair to them they did email me last week saying (I paraphrase) "We really screwed up, we put out a great offer and so many people took us up on it we couldn't fulfil the orders so we've taken on a load of extra staff and hope to get them all out by the end of January. We're really, really sorry".
Only one other present ordered on-line didn't turn up, but they claim that was lost in the post and refunded me the full amount.
Every man can tell how many goats or sheep he possesses, but not how many friends.
So, working in huge offices, hundreds of people...
And NOONE uses any form of tablet.
It's just too impractical, cumbersome, etc..
Yet, a handful of silly managers keep on bringing up tablet ideas to me. How I should be making this and that for tablets. BUT, noone uses those sh*ts!
Moreover, would you really trust apple or google, who have a long history of snooping on people, gathering TMI (too much information), tracking users and usage, with critical & restricted business documents? Synchronizing documents in the clouds, sending them over internet..? They're not even that portable.
Anyway, seeing hundreds of office workers, I still don't see anyone using it. Whether it be for notes in meetings, etc.. Well, noone uses them -at all.
The ONLY usage I've ever heard of that seems reasonable is to entertain 5 year-olds with silly games.
Added the "rant" button now, because I'm reaching rage levels over these over-hyped, over-advertized, over-blogged (mostly paid ads in reality), pieces of sssshhhhhiiiiAAAAAARRRG.
Tablets are like the windows millenium of computing. A failed experiment.
Good to entertain children, good for wannabe-a-modern managers who try to seem technically interested and up to date. I'd burn them all (the tablets, not the children and managers. lol).
I'd tell you how I use mine, but then I think I would have to worry about a stalker.
Seriously, there are ways to work around not using a tablet. I'm expirementing with one at the moment. I like the compact size and support for e-books of assorted sizes. And I like the fact that my 10.1" is more than adequate to play a movie in glorious hdmi.
From a work perspective, I can see your annoyance.
Charlie Gilley You're going to tell me what I want to know, or I'm going to beat you to death in your own house.
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