A strength of a good product organization is sticking with product investments long enough to get them right and make them work. Too often in a "move fast" world, persistence of vision is something that has been lost. Most every Microsoft product you can name went through this…
Even (!) Microsoft Excel took three tries (aka "versions") before it was reviewed as a strong product (1.0 was only on Mac, 2.x was both Win and Mac, as was 3.0). Here's Esther Dyson, famed investor and writer, reviewing Excel 3.0 in April 1991. https://t.co/a4eGkGY0an
Here's the full review. Worth reading just to learn about how artificial intelligence was viewed 30 years ago. Funny to think back to when double-clicking on a column to automatically size it was an invention and of course toolbars were new as well. https://t.co/wBhFOfNLNI
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