Computing pioneer Alan Kay calls Apple's iPad user interface 'poor'

Computing pioneer Alan Kay calls Apple's iPad user interface 'poor'

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New Apple's iPad and iPhone may be continually reshaping the way we interact with computers, but at least one computing pioneer believes the company has diverged from the vision of technology that nurtured Apple in its earlier days....
Computing pioneer Alan Kay calls Apple's iPad user interface 'poor'
           

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