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February 26, 2007


Tony Chimento

Regarding multitouch...uh...I guess no more eating popcorn while you work...makes for a very nasty looking touch screen.

Robert Smelser

Great videos! Thanks for sharing. That Web 2.0 video is especially relevant to a class I'm taking right now.

As far as multi-touch goes, I can't wait for this technology to work its way into stuff (other than iPhone). I'm ready to ditch keyboards, mice, and track-pads!

Tony's right, though, no eating while working unless you like cleaning at the same time!

Josh Lewis

I have been toying with putting together a presentation like the Pulp Fiction video. Does anyone have an idea what software would work best for putting it together and how much design expertise one might need?

Breaking Free

That multi touch screen is amazing, I've heard people say that technology was difficult to use, but after watching that video, i'm impressed!

Steven Kempton

That first video was PERFECT for right after my coffee. Had to watch it 3 times. I definitely preferred it over the second, but it was really neat to see the contrast of type. Thanks!

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