Justin du Coeur (jducoeur) wrote,
Justin du Coeur

The death of Microsoft Word in the wiki-based world

As I catch up on my blogs from the past week, I just came across this delightfully sensible article in Ars Technica. It's worth taking a look at if you're into tech, simply because it nicely gels a lot of common sense. Basically, it argues that Microsoft Word is doomed -- not for any of the usual reasons of being slow bloatware, but simply because the world has changed, and Word's fundamental underlying assumptions no longer make sense...
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