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How many times in your life have you clicked “OK”? I personally have lost count. From my first clicks on a Macintosh in the 1990s, it’s been the ubiquitous language of assent for computing — an agreement to countless decisions, large and small.
At the birth of Apple’s desktop computing revolution, this was not the plan. The year was…
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