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Link Drop Contextd for the Week Ending in Friday the 20th (February 2009)

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Whiteboards for everyone

Watch CBS Videos Online I’ve always had a sketchbook with me back to the days when I was in school. They’ve never been that pretty and def. not something to […]

Link Drop Contextd for the Week Ending in Friday the 13th (February 2009)

Thinking about twitter feeding facebook status

After reading a quick post from A VC titled Status (continued) it got me to thinking about some of the things I didn’t really consider for myself when I started […]

Latest Daylife Select Release

Very early this morning Daylife (where I work as the Design Director) released its latest version of Daylife Select at http://select.daylife.com/. As iterations go, I’m very happy with the additions […]

Headlines in Text

I follow a lot of headlines for a number of reasons – b/c I’m interested in what’s going on out there, and I’m very curious to see how people are […]

Current Issues for the RT in Twitter

Before the Super Bowl I figured that I might use twitter once in a while to make a comment, but as the game and commercials began I was re–twittering or […]

Link Drop Contextd for the Week Ending in Friday the 30th (January 2009)

TEXT-POCALYPSE NOW? Good article, really interesting image via txt… CELL PHONE CAMERAS FOREVER Amazing image of the night, very telling HOW TO BEHAVE I really like these diagrams and colour […]

Link Drop Contextd for the Week Ending in Friday the 23rd (January 2009)

As I’m focusing more on quality vs quantity it’s interesting to see how smaller patterns emerge after a weeks worth of filtering. This week seemed to be a combo of […]

Sketching out a blog post loop

Every once in a while I get the chance to take a look back on a how a post was created and the loop it made. One of those times […]

My State of Affairs w/ Twitter

Over the holidays I installed TweetDeck for my MBP and TwitterFon for my iPhone which in turn made Twitter more interesting to me. I’ve been going through cycles with Twitter […]

on Football and Chess (and design)

A couple days ago I came across a great twitter comment from Geoff Manaugh of bldgblog in which he mentions “Football as a series of contradictory landscape strategies: analytic geometry. […]

Daylife Select Release

A couple weeks ago I mentioned the release of Daylife Select on the blog. This is an updated post following our latest release. I want to preface this a bit […]

Read vs. View

It’s a minor thing, but this morning when I went to click on a button to see a video, the button said “read” on it. Nothing serious about that though […]

A nice and easy shopping browse

This morning in my inbox I had a link for Project No.8’s holiday giftguide. I’m a fan of the scroll as it allows the person exploring a site to set […]

Hearing Dan Saffer talk about “Tap is the New Click” for IxDA NY at R/GA

Last night to a standing room only IxDA NY audience at R/GA for Dan Saffer presented what I’m going to guess is an outline of his new book Interactive Gestures: […]

My 2 days at Adaptive Path’s UX Intensive workshop in Minneapolis

Last week I spent a couple days in Minneapolis taking in Adaptive Path’s UX Intensive. I would have really enjoyed taking the full four days but couldn’t b/c of work […]

No Pantone, No Photoshop

Like all absolutes, there are none – though I was struck by two recent things I read on the web recently. From the Barbarian Group website I was in a […]

Long weekend

People are happy to tell me I’m a dork – usually I’ll shrug and tend to agree with them. Keeping that in mind while I wonder out loud why two […]

iPhone Weather

I found a handy iPhone weather site via EverydayUX (which incidentally is a blog you should check out regualarly) that has a nice relative feature. It gives you an approximation […]

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