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Software developers know about bugs—but ship products anyway
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A short history of the battle to keep musical scores live
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Hidden menus transform complicated programs into simple tools—or vice versa
Why it's nearly impossible to design new tech that will please everyone
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You can now control your phone from your wrist. But why would you ever want to?
A short history of tech wrongs righted by widespread indignation
Sometimes the Luddites have a point
A brief history of the war for Net neutrality
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The future of technology was relatively easy to foresee. Human nature wasn’t
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