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comment How to leverage team effects in HCI?
Very interesting comments about why you prefer not to answer the question :-) As far as I understood ANT, it doesn't distinguish humans and tech-agents, they both are "actants". And both can behave as "intermediary" or "mediator", depending on whether they are (assumed to be) fully describable or indeterministic. Of course you are right, Computers are not human. But, Nass claims, we treat them as such (subconciously). "My beloved hammer", "He served me well", "He is faithful to me" and so on. Good points about UX and Usability!
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comment How to leverage team effects in HCI?
It's definitely interesting, although it's written more from a management perspective than an UX one.
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comment Interesting user interfaces from sci-fi movies & tv?
Fixed, thank you.
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Also interesting: Nass didn't improve the usability of Clippy, "only" its UX.
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comment Improving the UX of Clippy
(I will add the take of Clifford Nass later. If nobody else did, that is :-)