wordprocessing love

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  • noun Alternative spelling of word processing.

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Examples

  • In other words, it should teach wordprocessing, spreadsheets etc and not a specific brand of software.

    Archive 2007-10-25

  • It seems as if we are entering the time when everyday basic applications email, wordprocessing, spreadsheet, presentation tools, conference tools, wikis, etc are rapidly becoming commodities.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • Blogger is easy, and the best part I've found is that you can write your post in Word or whatever wordprocessing program you use then copy/paste to the new post page, stick a title up in the, uh, title spot area, and Ta-Daaaaah!

    The Technoidiot Finds Success

  • Copy your Sitemeter code, saving it anywhere e.g. a wordprocessing file, and then delete it.

    Blog glitch today -- fixed

  • Many horizontal plays (esp for new geeky web free software) will however strongly "bet" on the 'network effect' (eg launch an ajax wordprocessor without ads hoping to grab share in the "wordprocessing" market) - This network effect (it is argued) is the secret sauce of a consumer play, where like flickr, it's the place to go to "be".

    Where the Bloody Hell are You Network Effect ?

  • It seems as if we are entering the time when everyday basic applications email, wordprocessing, spreadsheet, presentation tools, conference tools, wikis, etc are rapidly becoming commodities.

    Software Commodification & Zoho

  • For me, that's plenty often enough, since really wordprocessing, a spreadsheet for grades, reading pdfs, and looking up stuff on the web doesn't challenge a computer much.

    Luddite

  • I'm working on ways to upload a wordprocessing version with smaller file sizes and an HTML version in the future.

    Balkinization

  • For me, that's plenty often enough, since really wordprocessing, a spreadsheet for grades, reading pdfs, and looking up stuff on the web doesn't challenge a computer much.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • Many horizontal plays (esp for new geeky web free software) will however strongly "bet" on the 'network effect' (eg launch an ajax wordprocessor without ads hoping to grab share in the "wordprocessing" market) - This network effect (it is argued) is the secret sauce of a consumer play, where like flickr, it's the place to go to "be".

    Archive 2006-03-01

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