It can be fascinating to see what people say about software as they work – many questions, some answers and plenty of anguish and outright anger.
We’ve setup some pages that make it easy to see the very latest Twitter comments about:
We update our pages with the very latest messages every half hour.
You don’t need a Twitter account to read our pages. You can click on a link to see more info on the sender of any message or to any links they have sent.
Sometimes irrelevant items can appear – that’s because it’s hard for literally minded computers to tell the difference between ‘word’ meaning the unit of language or the word-processor. Same thing for ‘outlook’ and ‘pubisher’. Twitter messages can be written in haste and capitalization can’t be relied upon.
Language Warning: some Twitter messages can get a little 'fruity', usually when Office users show their frustration! Bad language can and does appear on the pages.
Article posted: Thursday, 26 March 2009
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