And no --- a Steam gaming console wouldn't get the job done although that would be better than the status quo by far.
The symbols used in mathematics are jargon to be sure, but every (non-trivial) field of endeavours has its jargon. And that jargon makes mathematics significantly easier to work with day-to-day for its practitioners.
They killed the "English system" of measurement in favor of metric system. The field of the study of radiation got rid of all the weird measurements like roentgen and curies that were named after pioneers in the field but cluttered the field up with oddball units of measurement. Mathematics has numerous legacy inconsistent symbols. It would help to spread the knowledge better if it were cleaned up and modernized.
There are critics of C++ that say the language is just pieces and parts hacked together. Even if that is true, mathematics takes the undisputed crown of bizarre hacked together symbols.
The symbols used in mathematics are unintelligible, inconsistent, don't even use a standard language character set and cannot be represented in a programming language.
These mathematical symbols either need to be modernized to come to a standardization or die.
The real answer is that they will die. And they should.
A. It's funnier
B. It's comedy gold.
C. It's more fun than pulling legs off a spider (I can't say I encourage that behavior, btw).
I've called sales people where exactly this has happened. Always seemed crazy to me that a company that depends on sales would be so cheap / dumb to let it happen.
Sounds like you are embellishing corporate wisdom. Most corporations thrive solely on having a fixed-location on the ants to report the ant-hill in the morning, and little else.
That was tough endure, even for Trollston!
Just about every computer on the market today runs Unix, except the Mac (and nobody cares about it). -- Bill Joy 6/21/85