In article <9502211206.AA20...@trt.allied.com>,
Mike Griebling <oberon-n...@inf.ethz.ch> wrote:I only have one bone to pick with this posting: I argue that no computer
>I agree as well that the Windows GUI paradigm is far from intuitive in some
>cases but would also argue that it is worlds better than the user-hostile
>interfaces of the standard UNIX platform or the base DOS OS. While I don't
>have any pat answers on what I would consider a good user interface, I tend
>to believe that since most people can assimilate information more rapidly
>through graphical means, a GUI of some flavour will continue to be seen.
interface is intuitive -- none; they are all learned.
Intuition (n): the power of understanding or knowing something without
It's intuitive that you should open a sliding glass door to go into a room
On the other hand, double clicking on the close box, or using a
Apple & MS have done a very good job in convincing everyone that their
Taylor "Iconoclast" Hutt
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