"'The Personalization of Complexity' explores the ways in which each of our personal computers have become idiosyncratic, individualized entities, only sometimes manageable by the owners. Threaded voices question issues of error, malfunction, and intricacy, suggesting that our 'user-friendly' appliances are neither universal, simple, nor standard--nor even particularly friendly, any more." -- From "Introduction"
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Published in 2001 by frAme.
Nottingham Trent University, with the permission of Sue Thomas, gave this copy of the work to the Electronic Literature Lab in Spring 2016.
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