On 6/1/05, Robert Gormley <robert at pennyonthesidewalk.com> wrote: > M. Seyon wrote: > > > "Developed a simplistic and easy-to-use time management database in MS > > Access for a consultant to keep track of time spent on various jobs > > for invoicing purposes." > > http://wizardev.ca/projects/other.asp#misc > > > > The word "simplistic" doesn't really have positive connotations. I > > know what you're trying to say. That it's easy to use. But a quick > > check of the definition of the word reveals: > > I saw and thought the same... perhaps "straightforward"? I tend to see 'elegant' quite often, in such situations. Main Entry: el·e·gance Pronunciation: 'e-li-g&n(t)s Function: noun d : scientific precision, neatness, and simplicity <the elegance of a mathematical proof> http://m-w.com/cgi-bin/dictionary?book=Dictionary&va=elegance -- Matt Warden Miami University Oxford, OH, USA http://mattwarden.com This email proudly and graciously contributes to entropy.