Robert J. Hansen rjh at
Wed Oct 27 05:19:14 CEST 2010

On 10/26/2010 10:25 PM, reynt0 wrote:
> Unless of course the "old-timer" is flexible and up to
> speed?  And maybe related, was the research upon which
> that Human-Computer Interface class was based maybe
> done before the "new era" of users (ie the era which
> started a couple of years ago :-) ), and maybe its
> applicability to the modern world needs to be re-evaluated?

Conjecture is nice.  Evidence is better.  Put together a study testing
the continued validity of the hypothesis.  If it turns out the
hypothesis is false, I and many others will certainly sit up and pay

As for me, though -- I have enough on my plate without taking on this
task.  I'm going to believe the question is settled, on the basis of
existing evidence, until such time as new contradicting evidence is

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