This is not an extremely immodest article where I describe how I cope with my tremendous wealth, wit, and happiness. Indeed, were I writing about my own success, the Law of Cussedness (also known rather unfairly as Murphy's Law) would guarantee that by the time this article is published, System Concepts would have joined Enron and Andersen by crashing (though not making near as big a splash). No, the success I am talking about is that human-computer interaction seems to have finally become recognized as a significant and important endeavor. Usability, testing in particular, is featured in popular magazine…
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