With the many recent advances in technology, it seems, there has followed a diminution of quality.
- Computer Science
- Distributed Computing
- Computers and Internet
- Computer Modeling
- Video Games
Electronic books have several advantages over their print counterparts, for instance.
But for the time being, they're hard to use and unattractive to boot.
Computers, which are supposed to make our lives easier, are commonly sources of frustration and wasted time.
Movies are wondrously chock-a-block with special effects--but someone forgot the story.
And so on.
Donald Norman, a retired professor of cognitive science, is bothered to no end by the fact that grappling with unfriendly objects now takes up so many of our hours.
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