Software vs. Hardware
Sun Jun 29 15:08:33 CEST 2008
> > first, the user has to grab the mouse and position - it's sort of
> > like two
> > motor-control tasks. This disadvantage isn't present in a work-
> > environment
> > with only a computer (or at least not in the same degree...).
> mouse+keyboard is typically single-user, faders and knobs and buttons:
Hmmm... I might have expressed it wrong. I didn't mean to say that it was the
_only_ difference. But that it could be yet another reason that musicians
like/use alternative interfaces more than other users of computers?
> which, i might note, is an interesting corollary to my a-view on
> keyboard+mouse as a boring, single-user experience. flynn does not
> think that mouse+keys are single-user, he bashes right along with me,
> "silly daddy, of course keyboards are for everyone!"
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