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 From Now On
The Educational Technology Journal

 Vol 11|No 3|November/December|2001

© 2001, Jamie McKenzie

Screen size is a problem when desktop computers cannot display content adequately and demand scrolling up and down as well as from side to side.

Despite these issues, vendors keep pushing smaller devices
onto consumers, teachers and students, all in the name of progress. Smaller is supposed to be better.

Is it heresy to suggest an open and thorough discussion of screen size issues and limitations?

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