During the mid- to late- 90's I'd heartily agree; Square's RPGS were great in those days, and I still pick up Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy VI from time to time. These days, their popularity is more due to leftover nostalgia and riding on the coattails of their classics. Which, if response the the latest two games is an indicator, may soon be running dry.
Would the following answer ranges be sufficient?
I think not...
Speak for yourself. I just want to get in my car, tell it where I want to go, and lean back while it drives me to my destination. Or if I end up somewhere without my car, I can't call it with my cell phone and ask it to meet me somewhere.
In other words, I want KITT...without all the fancy weapons and turbo boost. British accent optional.
I have a mouse with a back button that maps to alt-left behind the scenes. Most other built-in functions I use mouse or keyboard-shortcuts for as well, so my most-clicked buttons would all be from extensions. Or to close background tabs.
If it was me running my own personal documents site on my own server at home, so that all my desktop/laptops/etc could access my documents and I could control the security needs as much as I want, then yes I do trust myself more than Google.
It works for comic books and graphic novels. Many of them come out monthly or bimonthly, take about 15-30 minutes to read an issue, and have ongoing plot-lines. TV shows takes either 30 or 60 minutes to watch, come out weekly, and many of those (think Lost, 24, Fringe, etc) have ongoing plot-lines.
On a slightly related note, I finished GRR Martin's 4th ASoIaF book in two days, and have been waiting nearly five years for the 5th book. Which was originally the second half of the 4th book, but was split up because of size.
Still waiting, Mr. Martin...
don't head out on the dot at 5pm most evenings
You essentially confessed you want your workers working overtime without compensation. Coming from the perspective of a worker that's really quite an offensive comment. Had you wrote "if you're often behind in your work don't head out on the dot at 5pm most evenings" then it'd have been no big deal.
Consider the postage stamp: its usefulness consists in the ability to stick to one thing till it gets there. -- Josh Billings