On Sparrow.

Posted: July 20th, 2012

As soon as I saw the news, I was saddened. And maybe even a little angered. (I’m a little ashamed to admit that.) What the hell were these indie developers, these heroes, doing? I grumbled for a few minutes and thought about the money I’d spent on their products. Granted, it was only something like $25, but all the same.

But then I saw Andy Ithnako’s tweet, realized that I gave up using Sparrow on Mac ages ago and on iOS about a month ago, and let go of that grumbly feeling. I am a Gmail user, regardless of how I feel about Google as an organization. At this point in my life, I can’t quite imagine trying to get work done without keyboard shortcuts. So if the Sparrow guys can improve Gmail further, I’m all for it.

This may seem like a pointless post, but for me, it’s always refreshing to realize when I have been wrong. It’s an exercise in self-improvement. I am not always right and there is hope for internet giants to improve their products. The End.

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