Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 6th Sep 2005 12:56 UTC, submitted by Anonymous coward
Graphics, User Interfaces This opinion piece gives 8 reasons as to why HCI (Human-Computer Interaction) is in its stone age. It talks of screen corners, visual attention, the spatial paradigm (oh my...) and much more.
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So much nothing.
by deathshadow on Thu 8th Sep 2005 12:52 UTC
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Let's analyze these one at ta time.

1> Screen corner controls tend to piss me off, because much like 'sticky-keys' they always trip when I DON'T WANT THEM. First damned thing I turn off in any OS that supports it.

2> This one has lots of words but doesn't actually SAY anything.

3> 4> 5> wow, was anyone able to make any sense at all of what is said in these? Gibberish ranting about so much nothing.

6> Well, I hate spatial navigation too (I'm a tree type of guy... It's laid out like a tree, show me a damned TREE!)

7> Piss poor mix of George Carlin and Bill Engvall... again meaningless

8> Poor baby... Not sure what he's arguing for but certainly seems worked up over nothing.

But again, no two people ever see eye to eye on anything...

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