Bluefly don’t bother me

It’s been hot in NYC lately. Very hot. So it’s time to buy some more dresses. But being the busy woman that I am, I don’t have a ton of time to go shopping. I decided to check out a few websites to see if anything caught my eye. I’ve never shopped at, but [Keep Reading…]

Pleasure and Pain on kirtsy!

A big, big thanks goes to for including my blog post, “Why I Don’t Have an iPhone (but might someday)” in their Editors’ Picks! kirtsy, formerly known as sk*rt, is called a “Digg for Chicks.” Even Guy Kawasaki loves it. I’m honored to be mentioned. Endless thanks. Now go pimp the hell out of [Keep Reading…]

Why I Don’t Have an iPhone (but might someday)

As you probably know, Apple released iPhone 2.0 yesterday. Watch Steve Jobs’ WWDC Keynote Address if you haven’t already seen it. I watched it live on MacRumors, and when it was over I Twittered this: That comment solicited quite a reaction from my Twitterverse. Two examples: As a designer and gadget geek, I’m constantly asked [Keep Reading…]

Internet Week NY Wrap-Up (in photos)

What a whirlwind week! Since last Tuesday I have met a phenomenal group of people, partied my butt off and talked ’til I was blue in the face. And while Internet Week New York isn’t technically over until the Webby Awards tomorrow night, it is definitely over for me. I’m pooped! I already told you [Keep Reading…]

Links from 6/5/2008

How to Innovate Right Now by Scott BerkunGuest writer on Jared Spool's Brainsparks: Logic+Emotion: Stairway to Brand Heaven & HellAnother spot-on visualization. Could easily extend to customer experience Wireframe Websites with ProtoShare: Build & Collaborate on Clickable Website ProtoTypesVia GUUUI: – Post your secrets anonymously to TwitterPostSecret for Twitter Kill Bill BillboardVia [Keep Reading…]

The Stranger Aversion

Social media has created a world in which everyone is interconnected. Forget six degrees of separation; we’re probably down to three. So have we completely lost the notion of a stranger? Charlie O’Donnell, CEO of Path 101, recently wrote a post on his personal blog about the shift towards using social systems to connect with [Keep Reading…]

My Cell Phones: 2000 – Today

Alex Rainert just posted this great piece on his blog Everyday UX showing the evolution of his mobile phones from 1998 to now. I was inspired to post my own, though I have to admit I’m not sure if I have the exact models right. Thanks to GSM Arena for having photos of every mobile [Keep Reading…]