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Anne-Fran?oise Rutkowski , Carol Stoak Saunders, Les Hatton

2013c1

The Generational Impact of Software

IEEE Software 30(3): 87-89 (2013)No downloadable files available yet

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Discusses and important topic: the disenfranchising of an older generation by the rise of the Klingon interface. These are interfaces designed by intelligent people who do not understand what a human thinks and in extreme some cases looks like. They are sort of things which make you want to bite furniture. For example, mobile phones, washing machines, house alarm systems, central heating controllers. The list is endless.None yet9

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