OK, I’m still being somewhat hyperbolic. I just think that “everything digital” is just as stupid as “everything analogue.” All of these technologies have their place. I am unconvinced that digital is always better than analogue, nor do I feel that digital technology is as tangible of a concept to intuit as analogue technology. I posit, though I have not yet really tried to prove, that as the world itself is approached mostly analogue by the human brain, that an analogue means of interaction makes more sense. This is regardless of the fact that, at some low level, reality is quantized. That said, we still have a wave function that makes sense, and interpretation of that falls back on some generally accepted macroscopic principles that are easily grasped without the use of math. Digital, beyond a few bits, becomes exceedingly complex to explain in plain language.
Bah, this argument is still really ill-formed and not well thought out. Maybe I shouldn’t post when I’m sleepy.