I've noticed that most new interfaces (not only in Linux) are becoming increasingly touch friendly. There's no problem with that in itself, but the problem is that in their quest for touch friendliness, they make things inefficient and clunky for those of us who still use the keyboard and mouse. Prime examples of this are Unity, Gnome 3, and the worst of them all, Windows 8. Should we just accept this change as part of the evolution of how users interact with their computers? To me it kinda seems like a regression, giving up the efficiency and precision of the mouse for the clunky and fuzzy touch. Plus these desktop environments are mostly being used by people who still use a keyboard and mouse, why shift over to the touch paradigm? It just seems like you could do more in less time with a mouse than you can with touch. And it's easier to just keep your hand on the mouse and move the cursor around the screen than it is to actually reach over to your monitor and touch whatever button you have to click. Touch may work well for smartphones, but I don't think they have a place in the desktop world.