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<<...men, particularly executives, consider typing to be something
secretaries do, in other words "woman's work", and that it's
demeaning for them to be expected to type to use a computer.>>
Gwen, I like your theory about pen-based computing. I think
you're probably correct.
One of my employers didn't know how to use the fax machine, and he had me
fax out his personal stuff, just because he was too bullheaded
to take a short fax lesson.
He said he was impressed with Apple's (pen-based) Newton, though,
because it made faxing look so easy.
proud to be a woman
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