Every time I think of this interface, I see some guy in a tie saying ‘I know people will think they should be able to see the whole name of a song on this six-inch screen, but what’s more important is that we make the logo bigger.”

My first experience trying to operate a touchscreen while driving was harrowing. Fortunately, this rented Dodge Avenger had buttons on the steering wheel. 

And now for some interesting writing on the telematics in the New Ford Edge:

May 2011: Tussling with New Technology

June 2011: Aggravating MyTouch Sends Ford Plummeting in JD Power Quality Survey 

July 2011: Will Ford learn that software isn’t manufactured?

Every time I think of this interface, I see some guy in a tie saying ‘I know people will think they should be able to see the whole name of a song on this six-inch screen, but what’s more important is that we make the logo bigger.”

My first experience trying to operate a touchscreen while driving was harrowing. Fortunately, this rented Dodge Avenger had buttons on the steering wheel.

And now for some interesting writing on the telematics in the New Ford Edge:

May 2011: Tussling with New Technology

June 2011: Aggravating MyTouch Sends Ford Plummeting in JD Power Quality Survey

July 2011: Will Ford learn that software isn’t manufactured?

Every time I think of this interface, I see some guy in a tie saying ‘I know people will think they should be able to see the whole name of a song on this six-inch screen, but what’s more important is that we make the logo bigger.”

My first experience trying to operate a touchscreen while driving was harrowing. Fortunately, this rented Dodge Avenger had buttons on the steering wheel. 

And now for some interesting writing on the telematics in the New Ford Edge:

May 2011: Tussling with New Technology

June 2011: Aggravating MyTouch Sends Ford Plummeting in JD Power Quality Survey 

July 2011: Will Ford learn that software isn’t manufactured?

Every time I think of this interface, I see some guy in a tie saying ‘I know people will think they should be able to see the whole name of a song on this six-inch screen, but what’s more important is that we make the logo bigger.”

My first experience trying to operate a touchscreen while driving was harrowing. Fortunately, this rented Dodge Avenger had buttons on the steering wheel.

And now for some interesting writing on the telematics in the New Ford Edge:

May 2011: Tussling with New Technology

June 2011: Aggravating MyTouch Sends Ford Plummeting in JD Power Quality Survey

July 2011: Will Ford learn that software isn’t manufactured?

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