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Tacit Interaction (14 May 1999)
We notice a disquieting resemblance between the user of current computer technology and the unfortunate person trapped in the medieval pillory. We suggest this is symptomatic for a design tradition that looks at people as soft blobs augmenting our "magnificent machines," rather than recognizing and utilizing the amazing capability we humans have qua our embodied intellect and intelligence.
Article URL: http://hci.stanford.edu/seminar/abstracts/98-99/990514-pedersen.html
  90.00    (Elin Pedersen)  

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