Since I travel, the cloud is not very accessible so I noted it in hopes authors will re-think the cloud only solutions.
If calling this a fail because it demands an internet connection when such is not required (photo editing for example) then how is that unhelpful?
Yes I'm seeing a lot of excitement over cloud based apps but you find folk that are rushing to put everything on a cloud but what to do on cloudless days?
Apparently, the moderator has a problem with online software. So he wants to trash my thread about online desktop publishing software. This is outrageous!
Here is the thread:
If my thread gets thrashed just because its about online software, I will go further with this and complain to cnet staff. This is not fair! He also blocked my account.
What you guy sd think? Shoudl you call a software for "Fail" just because its online and the user can't always get online?