Computers in Things (was Re: Ecommerce web sitebook recommendations [signed]
3 Jan 2006 - 11:16pm
10 years ago
Robert Hoekman, Jr. said:
>I don't see a chip-equipped dishwasher as a computer. I see it as a better >dishwasher (depending on how easy it is to use, that is). >If only computers worked the same way. I'd like to see my computer as a >better way to get things done, but so far, it hasn't been proven (can you >say "productivity paradox"?). As aresult, my computer makes me cringe >sometimes. My dishwasher never does.
Well I have a new micro-wave machine fully digital and I presumed equipped
with a(some) chip(s) (at least for the LCD screen) and guess what?! it's a
pain in the...in my old analogue micro-wave I just had to rotate the knob
and close the door, now I have to press several buttons (including set and
reset...) and go through several options... I just want to warm my
food...every time I have to use I look like a donkey looking to a palace
(Old Portuguese saying), and I call myself an advanced computer user...