But all that only applies “right now”. Tomorrow- pah, who can say?I can't get enough of the creativity in this sentence (I know we've seen it before):
"Right now, we expect these feature updates to be made available from the end of this year. "
'from the end of this year', beautifully non-indicative of temporal direction or velocity. I'm not being sarcastic! This is really a morsel to savor. Like a bit of nut that got stuck in your back teeth. Thinking of submitting this to the Bulwer-Lytton Prize judges.