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Re: A new FrontEnd

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  • Subject: [mg128026] Re: A new FrontEnd
  • From: Leo Ditolaghi <leoditolaghi at gmail.com>
  • Date: Sun, 9 Sep 2012 17:33:04 -0400 (EDT)
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Well I agree with David Park that it is certainly not a specification of 
any sort. And who said that anything had to be "abandoned" at all?

It doesn't seem surprising to me at all that a computing environment 
with the breadth of Mathematica, coupled with the myriad ways it is 
employed in very diverse endeavors might stimulate a lot of discussion 
concerning interface issues. It might just be that a number of different 
interfaces to the underlying technology is appropriate. I certainly 
expect that many would differ on this idea.

Sometimes the actual focus of the user is really the creation of a 
document. Sometimes it is as an application for others. Sometimes it is 
as an aid to a thought process, or to exploration, or to 
problem-solving. It can be only one thing; it can be a combination. I 
would dare to say that there are those who might love to walk up to a 
virtual blackboard and interact with Mathematica live on that surface 
with a writing implement. I can think of at least one ;)

Cheers,

Leo



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