i dont understand the appeal of touch screens. after some use the screens get all scratched up and visibility is poor.
i do a lot of talking for work and most days my voice is shot, using voice commands seems like work to me.
as hard is it is to believe, the mouse and keyboard are still the most relaxing and comfortable way to go. especially the mouse. perhaps a smaller keypad for the non-mouse hand would be nice, like the belkin nostromo n52 speedpad or something improved like it, but i cant really see inventing the wheel as the current ideas seem like more work.
maybe im getting old too, i prefer a bit more of a conservative approach. i would lean toward improving existing technology and os's, work towards making them bug free, more secure,faster and easier. then add new features and such more discreetly. im to the point where i just want things to work, and i dont want to hunt for settings and features. i like knowing where and how to find what im looking for. even updates/upgrades make me crazy when they change or kill features im used to having, especially when you get a system setup exactly how you want, then BAM, you need to start over. . .
its kind of funny since we're all plugged into a bleeding edge distro. . .