Addresses the issue of the addition of features and functions to end‐user computer systems in an effort to increase the productivity of users. Argues that the core productive functions of most technology in daily use has been achieved and that vendors of this software are giving users greatly diminishing returns for further investments in new versions. Suggests that better knowledge of what exists, rather than additional features, is a more fruitful path to achieving productivity gains.
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