Wow, it sure does show how PPT can really water down a famous speech. This has me thinking could we have missed monumental speeches but were lost due to powerpoint? Come to think of it, even in modern times I rarely see a president or a governor use presentation slides. It is alway them in front of a podium reading from a teleprompter. Only time I can remember a high level elected official using presentation slides was Gov. Brown in 1970s where he showed pie charts illustrating California state budgets with passing of Prop 13.
Since it's around 50 years old and still working, I'd say it's the best dumb phone.
I second that as I still using my Touch-Tone Model 500 (Bell System Property, Not For Sale) I've had since 1980s (even has same phone number label from where I used to live). Another thing to note this phone is so rugged it can survive getting dumped in water, dropped from tables, chock a runaway railway car, and withstand a nuclear blast at 50 yards (OK so I made up the last two).
...expected that users would just magically discover that kind of understanding from 1,943 man pages with cryptic names and no context or navigation to show them where to start.
Sometimes I wonder if this is deliberate, as they had to spend many a grueling all-nighters to figure out all this stuff so newbies will have to do the same. "Of course it's hard. But that's what it takes if you want to be part of the Few, the Proud," (uh that phrase might be copyrighted by a govt agency).