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Postby ivanw » 15 Jan 2007, 17:45

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Postby TorbenGB » 16 Jan 2007, 14:48

Hah! And they even stole the "hands" graphic from us at Fingerfans! The original logo is only the right hand; I added the leftie when I set up this website back then.
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Postby ivanw » 16 Jan 2007, 17:12

Well it's just fair as there is a link to this forum in the article.
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Postby TorbenGB » 16 Jan 2007, 17:34

Not only that, I'm currently corresponding with a journalist who wants to write about our fan community :)
:idea: Would you like to be interviewed? Send me a PM with your email address! (Don't reply here; let's keep it on-topic.)

Update: Enough respondes have been received. Please be patient; I cannot say anything about who may be contacted.
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Postby ivanw » 19 Jan 2007, 15:46

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Postby ken gray » 19 Jan 2007, 17:26

HAHAHAHA!!!!

way to go Torben and Daniel!!!
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Postby deklund » 19 Jan 2007, 18:00

A quote from the story:

"FingerWorks products need no on-screen contact to work. A FingerWorks keyboard senses the motion of fingers in the air, allowing users to "cut and paste" or zoom in and out with such simple gestures as "pinching" or "closing the lid of a jar."


This seems to be a slight misunderstanding, I guess born out of distinguishing fingerworks from iPhone. All iPhone does is make the touch-area into a screen. You still have to touch.

But other than that, a very good article.
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Postby TorbenGB » 19 Jan 2007, 18:24

Yes, there are some disappearingly minor mistakes here and there, but I'm sure such can't be completely avoided, and I think it's a fine article.
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