“There is no less technology involved in a comfortable pair of shoes, in a fine writing pen, or in delivering the New York Times on a Sunday morning, than in a home PC. We must learn to design for the periphery so that we can most fully command technology without being dominated by it.”
—Mark Weiser, the chief technology officer of Xerox PARC, wrote in a 1995 essay on what he called “calm computing”
qtd. in Fung, Brian. “Why the Apple Watch Should Get Dumber.” The Washington Post 12 Mar. 2015. Web. 13 Mar. 2015.