Kay and Ingalls et al. had a very specific vision for personal computing as liberating, and the keys to that vision were full access, full comprehensibility and making no distinction between users and programmers. The market has clearly shown that people would rather not have full access, don’t care about comprehending the system and desperately want a firmly regimented distinction between users and programmers.

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