How Invisible Interfaces are going to transform the way we interact with computers
Greg Gascon

Pointed here by Barry Enderwick. Great read, and echoes why my iWatch lay dark and drained in a drawer, forever abandoned in the elephant graveyard of my gadgets (my top nightstand drawer). It constantly reminded me I was wearing it. Telling me even to “breathe”. My own frigging watch had to remind me that I needed to do the one single thing that if I stop doing it, I’ll be dead in three minutes. How dare it.

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