[thelist] CoPilot - help your non-geek friends over the web (was RE: Newsletter as HTML Email)

Steven Streight steven.streight at gmail.com
Wed Jan 31 14:22:24 CST 2007

Yes, I think of Spolsky's CoPilot quite often. I have not used it, but I buy
all Spolsky's books and get his newsletter. I'd love to hear a report on how
well it works. For clueless users, it could be wonderful.

On 1/31/07, Joel D Canfield <joel at streamliine.com> wrote:
> > Or get copilot for five minutes and do it for them:
> >
> > https://www.copilot.com/
> +1 (or more)
> off-topic, perhaps, but Joel Spolsky's gang have created a tool I can't
> find fault with. and for $5 for a 24-hour period, or dirt cheap for
> monthly minute amounts, it's groovy. nothing to install,
> browser/platform agnostic, and guaranteed like few things are. there are
> times when it's just more sensible to connect to someone else's machine
> and do the one-time thing for them, instead of doing it over the phone,
> or whatever.
> joel
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