"“We used to interact with personal computers daily, for two or three hours at a time,” said Phil Libin, the chief executive of Evernote, a company for storing things like photos, business cards and notes online. “With laptops, we started interacting three or four times a day for 20 minutes each. Mobile phones made that into sessions of two minutes, 50 times a day.”Writing in a Nonstop World - NYTimes.com - NYTimes.com
In the coming world of connected devices like smart watches and Internet-connected appliances, Mr. Libin said, “we’ll be having sessions of 10 seconds each, a thousand times a day.”"
Sunday, April 27, 2014
Writing in a Nonstop World - NYTimes.com - NYTimes.com
From a snapshot of how vendors including Evernote, Box, and Quip seek to address changing writing and collaboration patterns