Newsweek article on "Dynabook-like" computer
Alan.Kay at disney.com
Fri Apr 27 00:22:51 UTC 2001
Any of the WACOM ones will work ....
At 1:37 PM -0600 4/26/01, Roger Vossler wrote:
> Speaking of a stylus, I understand that Squeak currently has support
>for a small graphics tablet. True or false? If true, which ones?
>Alan Kay wrote:
>> Well, as Andreas pointed out, one really needs a keyboard as part
>>of the idea.
>> If you look at the earliest photograph of the cardboard model from 1968, you
>> will see that it has a keyboard -- harder to see is the stylus which is
>> embedded in the side. These considerations came from a fair amount of use of
>> both GRAIL at RAND (a completely penbased system with a great realtime
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