Navigation on the web is common place today. We click on links or buttons, and they take us where the link text said. But are they? Even if the website's developer didn't intend to mislead us, there is a common issue related to pagination.
Blogs often provide "previous" and"next" links. If I'm on the first page, then there is no confusion. There should be a previous link called "previous page" and the other link "next page" should be hidden. Clicking on the "previous page" the "next page" appears and I'll know where the "next page" will take me.
Okay, so let me ask you that if your first visit on a blog wasn't the main page, rather a deeplink with posts listed. At the bottom of the page where will the "previous page" take me?
According to the video above Microsoft made it super easy for anybody to fuck up their system. While the features are cool and makes maintaining Windows 8 a breeze, but the interaction design is horrible.
Scary things must look scary if you don't intend to scam somebody!