I know this must have gone around and I just missed it somehow.
"Jeff Han demonstrates—for the first time publicly—his intuitive,
"interface-free," touch-driven computer screen, which can be
manipulated intuitively with the fingertips, and responds to varying
levels of pressure."
Just because an interface is [arguably] easy to use, doesn't mean
it's interface free. While I think this is a really need use of the Z-
axis and a gestural interface, I'm wondering about its limitations
for daily use. Could I type on a touch-screen keypad all day, for
instance? How would MS Office for instance (not to mention Adobe
products) get translated into this mouse-less OS?