Used cases (12 Oct 2004)
My problem with them has always been twofold: one, that they're sort of just-so, strapped-chicken tests of a system's capabilities, and two, that this is because they proceed from the most generic, hackneyed, bland, vanilla understandings of our lives. In my view, this leads to tools that are imprecise at best - and nonresponsive, counterproductive, outright dilatory at worst - when we try to forcefit them into the way things really are.
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