Good gamification on a bad product is frustrating. Bad gamification on a good product is confusing. And, of course, bad gamification on a bad product is just a complete train wreck guaranteed to anger users.
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Sociologist Clifford Nass, who’s just published the book “The Man Who Lied to his Laptop“, says we’re treating our machines as if they were human.