If you’ve met me, you know my flailing hands often add adjectives and punctuation to conversation—so much that I often stuff them in my pockets to appear more mysterious.
To have another computing device that removes abstracted layers of interpretation between thinking and doing, well, I’m all for it.
I’ve long considered Apple Computers my preferred canvas. Early PCs made interaction feel like holding a paintbrush with your feet, and though they’ve since improved dramatically, so have Macs.
I’m optimistic that these advances are going to let us focus less on the problems of technology, and more on the important stuff.