> I find the touch screen comment unpleasant because
I think touch screens
> are the key to an easy-to-use interface. Voice recognition and p.p. are
> in use and are gaining ground. What were bubbles, and why didn't they
> catch on?
Touch screens make you take your hands off the
keyboard and leave a greasy
mess on your screen while you try in vain to do high resolution tasks with
your low res finger.
The mouse also needs your hand - like any other device.
And I'm still looking for a _working_ touchscreen solution
to use with my Performa 630. Since I use this youngtimer
still for Newton programming, its a real stupid thing
to take a moust for an ok-button when I already have a
pen in my hand - I just want to tap the Buttons on screen
like the one on my Newt.
Ich denke, also bin ich, also gut