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Interactive Time

  • Author(s): Moran, Chuktropolis Welling
  • et al.
Abstract

Computers have enabled new ways to act out time. Unlike times that make authoritative measures or keep everyone synchronized to the same pace, some software lets a person interact with time. The undo command is a good example of this. You can go backward to go forward. That empowers computer users. Interactive time is now a normal part of what it means to use a computer to do something. This is significant because people use computers to do many things

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