Comments for http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/technology/2009/04/the_power_of_less_at_web_20.html http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/technology/2009/04/the_power_of_less_at_web_20.html en-gb 30 Sat 12 Jul 2014 18:19:07 GMT+1 A feed of user comments from the page found at http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/technology/2009/04/the_power_of_less_at_web_20.html marek chodnik http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/technology/2009/04/the_power_of_less_at_web_20.html?page=50#comment1 ''I know some of you are tired of the Twitter coverage''No, not some. I'd reckon most are. I am sure many people here just wish, above all else, to retreat into their metaphorical caves, to relax, sit with their husbands, wives, partners or friends, and enjoy life. Natural, unconnected life. I am sure only the most fastidious, obsessive, ruthlessly competitive people in this world find any use from Twitter worthy of the BBC's excessive coverage of this technology. No doubt these are the sort of people who would have perched nightly over their computer screens, glued to their Outlook in the past; who would have coined the phrase 'Crackberry' in reference to the Blackberry smartphone soon after it spawned.The sort of people who want social media to underpin every facet of our lifestyles, no matter who we are, or what business we conduct. No matter how dangerous or destructive it is.This said, I thoroughly commend the idea of 'The Power of Less', in its promise to simplify the ways in which we remain connected. Whether it satisfies these promises remains to be seen. Fri 03 Apr 2009 01:27:29 GMT+1 Michael http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/technology/2009/04/the_power_of_less_at_web_20.html?page=0#comment0 In "simple is usually better" should be hung in every office methinks. Thu 02 Apr 2009 12:49:13 GMT+1