> The answer, Dertouzos said, is that consumers must demand simple,
> machines that work more like cars than science projects. Turn them on
> drive. No one would buy a minivan that had a 600-page manual on how to
> drive it. Why should people do that with computers?
Ah, the age-old question of "how do we force the masses to want what we
know is good for them?"
Maybe we could set up a few re-education camps.
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