Software is designed to simplify the lives of its users. The rapid growth of social media and the technology industry has foreseen a plethora of different types of software used as a service, with the aim of engaging its users and creating a form of revenue. With an abundance of software applications from which to choose from, this paper looks into the types of communication between the user and the application itself, and how automation and disruptive notification are intertwined to form a successful application.
This example from section three of the LaTeX verse package documentation demonstrates an ambitious use of \indentpattern to create a striking visual effect. In this case it is defined to recreate the famous typesetting of the original Mouse's Tale as it appeared in print.
Background: "The Mouse's Tale" is a poem by Lewis Carroll involving a 'quadruple pun' which appears in his novel Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. It uses typesetting style to create the final pun (it is a mouse's tale typeset in the shape of a mouse's tail).
For more details see the poem's Wikipedia entry.