Sunday, October 28, 2007

Power Stroke



Everyone craves for the ability to express - smoothly and powerfully. When you have to type at 19 words per minute (average for composition according to Karat, et al) and think at 100 words per minute - expression suffers. And no amount of computing power is going to change that.

A picture is worth a thousand words.

The answer is clear. The ability to manipulate text is not sufficient.

It is the expression modes that are more important.

Welcome to ZCubes where you can paint, draw, type, rotate, revise, do whatever else you want.

Are you not happy that you found us? BTW, when you are here, take a look at what hundreds of thousands of people been making for you to see. Yes, just for you. Check out the listings of some of these at http://www.zcubes.com/ .

Expect the unexpected, and unexpect the expected. Have fun!



References:

1. The ^ Karat, C.M., Halverson, C., Horn, D. and Karat, J. (1999), Patterns of entry and correction in large vocabulary continuous speech recognition systems, CHI 99 Conference Proceedings, 568–575.














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