Software you shouldn’t ever notice

Business Week carries a short article about how Humanized co-founder Aza Raskin is carrying on the design legacy of his father, a Macintosh pioneer.

“Aza Raskin wants your computer to disappear, but the 24-year-old is no latter-day Luddite. His goal is to make communication with the PC so intuitive you’ll forget you’re using a device. And Humanized—a software company and think tank he and a trio of fellow idealists founded in 2005—is the means to that end.”

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