In this series of articles, I will highlight along the way several aspects of using the HTC Hero, and some conclusions I’ve made about the Android platform as a whole. Today, I am going to talk about the applications that I use on a daily basis.
Once again, it is that time. That time where I wait in line at the Wal-Mart pharmacy, only to find out that the prescription is not ready.
I’m not going to blame the Wal-Mart employees themselves, on the contrary, they work in an extremely flawed system. There are far too few employees, leading to long wait times and disgruntled consumers.
On top of all of this pharmacy business, we find the strange-but-true business practices of the Wal-Mart corporation as a whole. Little nagging ideas such as being a responsible part of a local economy.
What makes Wal-Mart a necessary evil?
Now, I’ll go on the record to say that I’m not completely averse to WYSIWYG website building software, as I think Dreamweaver is certainly making strides in the right direction, not to mention the prowess of certain web-based services such as SquareSpace. But I’d like to make a general statement:
WYSIWYG editors are acceptable for non-technical folk who are not looking for an extremely professional and everlasting site.