In chapter 6 they briefly talk about educational CD-ROMs and the way some of them take advantage of advanced GUI’s. Such GUI’s include video clips, audio clips, text, and diagrams all conveniently rapped up into one package. The danger of such interfaces are the fun and enjoyable video/audio clips often take priority to the boring texts and diagrams. Often such interfaces have found a solution to this danger by making the text reading a requirement before watching the videos. However, I feel that having a variety of information available to use as you want and need as a benefit. Certain people may never find themselves interested in a subject if they are required to read through text that they don’t find worthwhile and interesting. Do you agree? If someone thinks a video on a subject is interesting and wants further information they can read the text or not. I don’t feel like this is a negative aspect of Advanced graphical interfaces. Quality over quantity of information in this case.