I'm not the sort of person that reads editorials myself so I always feel a bit like a programmer designing a user interface when I write one. What motivates a person to read an editorial? What are their requirements? Well, this is the last time I have to confront myself with this conundrum. It is my last editorial for interactions. As I said last issue, when I took on the editorship of interactions, I decided to do it for five years. Five years is a good length of time to learn what it is about, hopefully make a difference,…
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