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Are you new here? My top 10 posts

I’ve noticed a lot more traffic to my blog lately and a considerable number of new RSS subscribers. “Hi!” to any of you who are new here, and thanks for reading! It would be great to get to know some of you, so please to introduce yourselves in the comments and let me know how [Keep Reading…]

Video of Dan Saffer’s talk “Tap is the New Click” at IxDA NYC

In September, I posted my notes from Dan Saffer‘s fantastic talk “Tap is the New Click” at the monthly IxDA NYC event. R/GA, the hosts, filmed and edited a video of the presentation, which has now been made available on Vimeo. If you are interested in gestural interfaces or designing kiosks, tablets, or any non-keyboard-and-mouse [Keep Reading…]

boxee now in public alpha

So you know I’m the UX consultant for boxee, right? Well they’ve been in private, invite-only alpha since June, and already they have 200,000 users. Today at CES they announced a new version available to the public. That means you no longer need an invite to get in. With the new version comes a bunch [Keep Reading…]

A year of Twitter statistics

Twitter Counter tracks your number of followers over time TweetStats shows trends by day of the week and time of day (proof that I do sleep) and who receives the most replies (this surprised me) What I’ve said the most (happy to see that “thanks” is up there) Xefer also looks at tweets by time [Keep Reading…]

Today is my 1 year anniversary on Twitter

That was my very first tweet, exactly 1 year ago today. And this is exactly 1 year later. So much has transpired between the two that it makes my head spin. I’ve told you how much I’ve changed in the past year, and Twitter has been a huge part of that. I think some people [Keep Reading…]

NY Tech Meetup — January 2009

Last night was the first NY Tech Meetup of 2009 and the first meetup since Nate Westheimer became the new organizer last month. I thought it was a huge success. For the first time, at least since I’ve been attending, it had a theme: “Built on Twitter” — the seven presenters all have created products [Keep Reading…]

I’ll be speaking at An Event Apart 2009

On January 1st, the 2009 lineup for An Event Apart: The Design Conference For People Who Make Websites was made public. AEA is run by Jeffrey Zeldman and Eric Meyer, the creators of A List Apart and pioneers in the web standards movement. AEA is a two-day one-track conference in four cities throughout the year. [Keep Reading…]