Response from Sales to one Peter Harvey re the new release: “We at google use our own tools and have been using this new interface for a while now and I have not experienced any dire loss of functionality with it. However, we do have requests for more sorting functionalities – by name, by file type, etc [ie what was in the previous release] and you can be sure that we are listening to our users as well [non sequitur]. I do understand people’s inflexible ties to their current system and business process as well as the inability to break this routine but as of now, users will have to work around this missing functionalities with all the other tools we have provided.” Sounds like a rather long-winded way of saying, “We’re amateurs.” I’m moving to Zoho, which does the same and more without crashing every couple of minutes. What I miss is integration with mail.
- Google Docs facked
The new version appears to have been introduced without any serious testing or any credible bug reporting system having been devised–check
- InoReader is my replacement for Google Reader
At last I can go back to reading all the rubbish you publish.
- RIP Google Reader
Will Hivemind come to our rescue?
- Google Docs new editor rant
Latest Google ruse to get you to abandon the old, superior Docs editor: “Would you like to see this document in
- “I’am Barcelonian” feels all wrong, but which demonym do we deserve?
Barcelona Council features over at Harvey’s Barna cream. “Barcelonian” has a long and respectable tradition, though, like Peter, I wouldn’t use