Someone points out how to cut and paste text across formats with ease and you find it is used as often as the Caps or Enter key.
I take it for granted that I copy, 'paste as unformatted' text all the time.
This allows you to pick text from any source and immediately rid yourself of the HTML coding and formatting; this puts you in control. It is quicker too.
Personally, I find manipulating text in various ways like making up a recipe with ingredients that I want in a way that I understand.
Dull, but Arial font, 12 point, is how EVERYTHING ends up. If think my brain is ready for information expressed in this way and fast-tracks the synapses.
P.S. With a computer in each room of the house, usually on, I find I can tap away, and tap into stuff on a whim.
Currently picking my way through the development history of Spaced-Ed as an interactive spaced education platform for first year medical students at Harvard. I can't fault it. Indeed, I would propose what I am doing as a two week module in the yet to be developed module 'The E-learning Entrepreneur.'
Commercialisation demands professionalism and accountability. Generating income is better that stats, not only are people using something you've invented, but they are willing to pay for it. The cash allows you to develop it further, and in due course fight off or buy up the competition.
Why in the UK are we determined to do it all for free? Is this an excuse?