LamarFreq writes: Touchscreens and swipes are all the rage. For general computing, will the touchscreen become more useful than using that plain old mouse? Microsoft seems to think so. At the Microsoft Build conference this month, Microsoft explained the concepts that underlie the way the company wants programmers to create apps. They claim the touch-centric design is more intuitive than the keyboard-and-mouse centric design. Furthermore, programmers are being told to design for touch first and then for keyboard and mouse. What do you think, is general computing moving towards "fast and fluid"?