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Quote of the day: Can't say 'end-user programming' with a straight face

The idea behind IBM's QEDwiki, which stands for quick and easily done wiki, is that businesspeople can create their own Web pages by dragging and dropping components onto a pallet. But the company is still testing it with corporate customers to determine how affordable and valuable these "five-minute applications" and assembly tools are, said Rod Smith, IBM's vice president of emerging technology.

"It's hard for me to say 'end-user programming' without cracking a smile. It's been overhyped and overpromised," he said.

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