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HCI through the ages (14 Apr 2006)
As computers have moved into every corner of modern life, our discipline has grown in turn. Yet long before the computer, designers engineers and craftsmen have been coming up with and honing the tools that have shaped our world. A curious and unfortunate change has happened with the arrival of the computer, however. We have largely scaled back our efforts to change our tools and simply accepted a vast array of unnecessary limitations.
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