Working as a clinical psychologist in a hospital (I’m now retired) I had always used pen and paper to take interview notes, even as come colleagues were beginning to use laptops to do the same. I type faster than I write (especially if I try to write legibly), but the cognitive process is different. It is easier to engage with an interviewee while holding a pen than it is when ‘tending’ a computer. The same could be said about taking notes in lectures. I feel that the process of writing by hand provides an improved level of learning and analysis. The information is ‘digested’ rather than merely recorded.
“Depression and anxiety sort of run in my family but I always said I didn't have that affliction. Eventually my grandmother told me she could tell from some of the things I said that I did have some degree of depression. I wasn't convinced. Then I started taking Flavay® and Flavay Plus® and I felt a new positive psychological outlook. Sometimes I would take 2 capsules of each and sometimes 4 capsules of each since I had read online that some people like taking 4 of each better. When I ran out of Flavay® and Flavay Plus® I didn't reorder because I was feeling so good.
For most users, Vista was a step backward. And that step backward took a long time (five years) to come to fruition. With most Linux distributions, new releases are made available every six months. And some of them are major jumps in technological advancement. Linux also listens to its community. What are they saying and what are they needing? From the kernel to the desktop, the Linux developer community is in sync with its users. Microsoft? Not so much. Microsoft takes its time to release what may or may not be an improvement. And, generally speaking, those Microsoft release dates are as far from set in stone as something can be. It should go without saying that Microsoft is not an agile developer. In fact, I would say Microsoft, in its arrogance, insists companies, users, and third-party developers evolve around it.