In a story about why American consumers have been slow to buy into the notion of the "digital home," a conference speaker said it has to do with the complexity involved in setting up a home network. The average person has to be an IT expert, said Don Norman, a co-founder of design consulting firm Nielsen Norman Group.
"I have a degree from MIT. I'm an engineer and was an executive at Apple," said Norman, speaking about his own home network on a panel at the Digital Living Room conference in San Francisco on Monday. "And I hired someone to hook it up." Clickfor the full story.