Bert Keely - What should developers do to leverage Tablet PC?

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Since Bert Keely is one of the visionary behind the Tablet PC, we wanted to know what he'd like to see developers do to take the Tablet PC further.

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    barlo_mung
    That was getting good right there at the end.  A question I would have like to ask is how he sees pressure enhancing the user experience, aside from drawing and Ink scenarios.  It seems that it could be thought of as a Z axis for certain types of input or interaction.  Drag while pressing light and it copies the file or drag while pressing hard and it moves it.  Things along these lines I think would really help make the pen more useful.
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    Analise
    Hum, why did you cut just when was getting interesting ? Where's the rest ? And by the way, if I may ask here, when Portuguese(PT) recognition will be available for portuguese people ? Its of no or limited interested tablet pc for portuguese people without that important tool ...

    Thanks
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    dotnetjunkie

    This was an intersting video, but why so short?  It seems like a part is missing, Bert was just explaining how form entry could be improved...

    want... more... now! Smiley

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    bofe
    dotnetjunkie wrote:

    This was an intersting video, but why so short?  It seems like a part is missing, Bert was just explaining how form entry could be improved...

    want... more... now! Smiley



    I agree. The videos with Bert have been my favorite part of C9 besides the series with Larry.    
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    barlo_mung
    bofe wrote:
    dotnetjunkie wrote:

    This was an intersting video, but why so short?  It seems like a part is missing, Bert was just explaining how form entry could be improved...

    want... more... now! Smiley



    I agree. The videos with Bert have been my favorite part of C9 besides the series with Larry.    


    And Michael Tsang.  Bring us more Michael Tsang!

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