Tag Archives: HCI

Ubiquitous Programming with Pen and Paper

Programming ideas strike at any time – while taking a walk, or standing in line. Meetings, for me, are a common location for programming ideas. A few slides or phrases catch my interest in an otherwise droll and predictable commentary. … Continue reading

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Abandoning Commitment in HCI

Today’s applications and services are very committed to what they do for us. And I mean that in a bad way. When we send a message to a service, or call a procedure, or press a button, it is generally … Continue reading

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