Douglas Adams szavaival (nem tudom mennyit hatottak egymasra Jobs-szal, vagy csak hasonlo az izlesuk, de nagyon egybevag...):
I don't want to know about PICT files. I don't want to know about TIFF files (I don't. They give me the willies). I don't want to have to worry about what file type to ask MacWrite II to save my work in so that I can get Nisus to read it and run one of its interminable macros over it. I'm a Mac user, for heaven's sake. This is meant to be easy.
The Mac started out as wonderfully simple and elegant idea (give them so little memory that they won't be able to do anything anyway), and it's time that that degree of simplicity could be brought to bear on the much much more powerful and complex system that the Mac has now become.
What I want to be able to do is this.
1. Turn on the machine.
3. Have a bit of fun provided I've done enough of 2, which is rarely, but that's another issue.
When I say 'work', I mean I want to be able to start typing on the screen, and if I feel like putting in a drawing, I draw on the screen. Or I bring something from my scanner on to the screen, or I send something from my screen to someone else. Or I get my Mac to play the tune I've just written on the screen on a synthesiser. Or well, the list obviously is endless. And if I need any particular tool to enable me to do anything complicated I simply ask for it. And I mean simply. I should never have to put away the thing I'm working on unless I've actually finished it (fat chance say my publishers) or want to do something else entirely.