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  1. Tom Igoe

    “But does more interaction mean good interaction?” This is definitely not a rhetorical question. and you should look for answers in specific cases. Can you think of examples of interaction that you’d consider better or worse than others, in your own experience? What made them good or bad?

    McLuhan’s classification of film as “hot” and television as “cool” seems to stem more from the surrounding context than the media themselves. Film and television are both moving pictures on a screen, but film is usually set in a context of sensory deprivation (dark, quiet room) while television competes with other stimuli. How do you think surrounding stimuli affect interactive experiences?

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