> Stephen Reilly wrote:
> Has any one noticed how any product or piece of software which is
> prefixed by the word "smart" is inheritantly stupid? It's has become a
> trend that sticking the word smart into your product name means your
> aiming your product at a dumb end user and therefore cramming lots of
> worthless end user aesthetics into it. Thereby rendering it "user
> friendly", or crap in other words... Having said that I haven't looked
> into this particular deal in any great depth so treat the preceeding
> comments as general smart-comments.
or they where smart and brave enough to venture out and give it a go.
Not everyone cares to know about the technical details of what they are
using to download their e-mail / website. They just want it.
Like a mobile, car, washing machines, alarms systems etc.
These people you are calling a dumb end user are your cusomters or potential
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