I could see paying a little more for a more fluid web loading experience, but other than that, the traditional web experience is all you could hope. It's like a low end cloud terminal.
I point out to students that what i was calling the web a decade (and more) ago has now morphed into the cloud. That's basically all the web protocols now optimized for data and content delivery.
This article also discusses trello! I haven't used the other tools addressed in this article, but I do like trello and think it is effective and easy to use!
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