using the exact same discredited data and method.
And with the same desparation. Although there is no mention of Effluent UI, I guess they realised what an easy target that was.
There is a saying in marketing – If you can’t think of anything useful, make it in a different colour. It seems the equivalent in software is if you can’t think of anything useful make the buttons bigger.
Its funny looking at the evolution as the explorer UI really has become bigger, more clumsy and more user conflicted.
What do you think – will it make your use of the file system easier or harder?
Are you wondering why there still isn’t something better than a hierarchical file system? (hint: big buttons are easier ;-))