Four primary schools are now piloting a new software program containing a few hundred thousand lines of computer code that could revolutionize the way people interact with computers, say its unlikely inventor and his backers.

Denny Jaeger, a musician and composer who spent the past decade developing the software, will unveil it to the general public Jan. 15, when people will be able to download a scaled-down version for free.

The public can then decide whether Jaeger is a trailblazing whiz--or a grandiose flop.


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