Interesting quote found on quitfacebook... "Our brains are no match for our technology". But our technology is a direct result of our brains. So, put it very simply, is it matching when we do good things with it and not matching when we do bad things? Any thoughts?
This when user experience field started, user interfaces weren't enough to tackle all human-computer interactions.
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On the subject of bad user interfaces, flawed human interactions and decision making linked to past experiences, the case of the Three Mile Island nuclear plant accident is a perfect illustration of that. Must watch (if you have time):