On 6 May 2007, at 14:51, tedd wrote:

No offense meant to the Yojimbo programmers, but this is an example of how a programmer thinks that s/he knows what the user needs as compared to what the user actually wants.

Well, not necessarily, there are all sorts of more likely explanations than arrogant programmers. Also, when you say 'what the user actually wants' you really mean 'what I and a few others here actually want' - I'm perfectly happy with the creation date as it is because it allows me to see when the entry was created in Yojimbo - in that sense, the creation date refers not to the source document, but to the new Yojimbo item. I do see your point, but this strikes me as overly harsh criticism.


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