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>I'm told this is now out of print (as are other useful titles like
>Norman's "The Design of Everyday Things")
The CD-ROM "Defending Human Attributes in the Age of the Machine" by
Norman contains the entire text of three of his books, "The Psychology of
Everyday Things," "Things that Make Us Smart," and "Turn Signals Are the
Facial Expressions of Automobiles." The CD-ROM is published by Voyager.