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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Facebook killed friend-list feeds, but not really. It appears fb just killed this feature on their app, because less than ten percent of accounts used the feature. I was one of the ten percent, and I found the feature on the browser. Dear kind readers: The chance of you using this feature or wanting to use this feature is near zero. I conclude this, because only ten percent of fb people used it, and my readership is tiny compared to fb, so chances are low I am reaching one of you like me, but there is a broader point. Sincerely, Tom Doody. My transition from laptop to phone and bluetooth keyboard required a lot of surfing for: How do ¿I? I quickly learned apps had less features sending me back to the phone’s browser or laptop. Then I found paypal business was an example of a stripped-down app that functions perfectly. “Perfect” I claim hesitantly with maybe only my first thousand invoices in my paypal-biz-app history. Here’s the broader point: “stripped down” and “high functioning” go hand in hand with apps. Companies like paypal and fb remove features from their apps to function better. Dear kind readers: You may be one of many people who can’t replace your laptop with your phone. I no longer travel with a laptop, and if this interests you understanding why apps do less might motivate you to find the feature on the browser, and travel lighter. Sincerely, Tom Doody »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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