[Also check out other GEL 2008 posts: Day 2 Session 1 “Connect”, Session 2 “Twist”, Session 3 “Make”, Session 4 “Success”] It’s been a long day and I’m really tired, but I wanted to capture the great experience I had before I head off to bed. Naturally it was at Good Experience Live, a.k.a. GEL, [Keep Reading…]
In the spirit of unreciprocated online friendship, feel free to add me to your networks on the following sites. Chances are good that I’ll add you back. Twitter FriendFeed Del.icio.us Flickr Digg StumbleUpon Upcoming Readr BrightKite Dopplr Should I be connected somewhere that I’m not? Let me know in [Keep Reading…]
Russ Unger’s latest post “We Are All Friends Here. Right?” got me thinking about the nature of friendship on and off the web. I have made a lot of new friends in the three months since I started this blog and began using Twitter. At first I told myself that I would be using both [Keep Reading…]
Last week a co-worker forwarded these images on the differences in how people communicate to the customer based on their role, e.g., marketing vs. advertising vs. branding. I thought the design one was pretty clever, but of course I had to add my own for user experience. For user experience designers, it isn’t about us. [Keep Reading…]
Saturday was a perfect day in Manhattan. It was the first real day of Spring that I could actually enjoy — so naturally I took my bike out of storage, pumped up the tires and went for a joy ride. Every time I go bike riding I try to explore something new. Saturday was certainly [Keep Reading…]
Two different calculations of my most frequently used words on Twitter, from Tweet Clouds and TweetStats. Tweet Clouds TweetStats What do you tweet about?
The process of getting my tweets onto my blog is so ridiculous that I just had to write a post about it. I essentially took notes using Twitter during the IA Summit, and wanted to post recaps for each session I attended on my blog. Tweets are listed in the archive in reverse chronological order [Keep Reading…]