=cw4t7abs on Wed, 19 Aug 1998 04:51:24 -0600

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Re: Syndicate: m!z!nformat!on OF CULTURAL INTERFACES 3/3

>III. Human-Computer Interface
>The development of human-computer interfaces, until recently, had
>little to do with cultural applications.  Following some of the main
>applications from the 1940's until the early 1980's, when the current
>generation of GUI (Graphic User Interface) was developed and reached
>the mass market together with the rise of a PC (personal computer), we
>can list the most significant: real-time control of weapons and weapon
>systems; scientific simulation; computer-aided design; finally, office
>work with a secretary as a prototypical computer user, filing documents
>in a folder, emptying a trash can, creating and editing documents
>("word processing"). d, etc.
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== addtl lo.tekk pozer mattr

c ub!ku!touz komput!ng + xerox park

+ !nvert m9ndkonta!nr

\\ humanzukc ++

.edu == .krapmattr

humanz =  _
          komputat!onall+e def!c!ent \+\ sub.opt!mal
          - ztat!ond at 1 local m!n!ma.

\\ humanzukc ++

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