Grant McCracken argues that technology has evolved to help the untechnical have access to the technical:In the early days, we were obliged to hire the guy at Bungie (the authoring house that created Halo). He might not have an aesthetic bone in his body, but he knew the code and he could make it do remarkable things.

Grant McCracken argues that technology has evolved to help the untechnical have access to the technical:

In the early days, we were obliged to hire the guy at Bungie (the authoring house that created Halo). He might not have an aesthetic bone in his body, but he knew the code and he could make it do remarkable things. But now the technology has begun to assist in its own invention, many more players can deliver technically superb stuff, and advantage now goes to those with “touch.”

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