Graham Morrison needs to find a collective noun for people who love word processors
We must admit. Despite their prosaic nature, and a tendency to be associated with open plan offices, we quite like office suites. This may be something to do with the Amiga, and the emergence of proper graphical word processors like Wordsworth and Final Writer. Even to our younger selves, opening the physical packaging around those (costly) products and patiently installing a single application off several floppy discs was exciting. To be then presented with a WYSIWYG view of your writing, as you typed, seemed revolutionary.