If you browse a mobile website on a big monitor, sometimes the mild force feedback that’s supposed to be going into a mobile user’s hands goes into the computer user’s face in a highly magnified fashion, because the computer display is approximated as a dense tablet. I think the net.code is written to just to overload the device’s output temporarily in a burst of energy, causinng it to hum and shake, but the EMF released by this process can be harmful. No one is supposed to be using tower computers anymore, methinks. Writing on a desktop is like pecking away at quickly disappearing ink.
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