Sunday, April 27, 2014

Writing in a Nonstop World - -

From a snapshot of how vendors including Evernote, Box, and Quip seek to address changing writing and collaboration patterns

"“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.”

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.”"
Writing in a Nonstop World - -

No comments: