Wired: Computing Made Good, Easy
Sep 16, 2001, 10:07 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Zimran Ahmed)
"...Non-technical users can capture the productivity
benefits of the Unix design philosophy without abandoning the
standard desktop with graphic user interface.
One example is the "Good Easy" environment developed by
usability expert Mark Hurst. Based on the Macintosh OS 9 operating
system, it is used at Creative Good, Hurst's consultancy
The Good Easy uses five core applications that pass plain text
between each of them in an environment that supports
task-switching, automation and information retrieval."