A touching good story?

TechCrunch–probably not the first blog to do so–is predicting the end of keyboards/mice in favor of exclusively touchscreen interfaces. For now, this would create not only accessibility problems but also issues for other folks, including touch typists. We’ll recall past predictions for the universality of the Dvorak keyboard and speech recognition technology, and just not hold our breath.

TechCrunch: Touching: All Rumors Point To The End Of Keys/Buttons

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One Response to A touching good story?

  1. Here’s a pretty good argument about why touch screens won’t take over the desktop environment:

    TechCrunch: Why touch screens on the desktop don’t really work

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