On Wed, Mar 20, 2002 at 12:42:40AM +0900, Guy N. Hurst wrote:
> Problematic in a few ways. One was that there were many
> to choose from and each had its own proprietary storage
> method. This means once you put your information into it,
> you had to stick to using their program or else redo it
> with another program. 
> Another was that I had more than one computer. This implies
> the duplicate program/duplicate data scenario, which mattered
> for me since I would travel with laptop at times.
> Another is the weary old path problem. You had to make sure
> paths were relative (not all the programs handled that well).
> Sometimes you'd get an image with src="file|C\\blah\blah".
> 
> I guess three items is good for now. I could add more.

These ones seem to depend on the implementation, rather than the
concept.  (Except the ``your work on one computer, you work on two
computers'', of course, which probably depends on neither and concerns
many more kinds of job!)

Massimiliano