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January 04, 2011

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Galen

This starts out as an ok idea and rapidly becomes useless. The success of a program like this hinges on children being unable to master the fine art of euphemism. By the time apple finishes with work like this, students will be unable to send the message, "put the sausage in the jugs". Word based control never works well.

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