in transit

apologies for the break in transmissions… well, not apologies at all really.. I’m on holidays. I was in Malacca, Malaysia today and visiting their ‘History and Ethnography Museum’ and brewing up a great post re: ethnography, but it will have to wait. In Singapore, where I am at the moment, there is a plethora of unsecured wireless networks. I’m not so sure that will be…

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links for 14 July 2006

Thoughts on False Memories (WebWord) What does this mean? The language we use really matters. It shapes outcomes. Words change our perceptions. What we hear and what we say can bend reality. This is not trivial. (tags: language memory) Blog Gender Theories: ProBlogger Darren Rowse recently conducted a poll on his ProBlogger site to determine the proportion of male/female readers. In this post he considered…

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boxes and arrows (10 ways that packing up a house is like doing information architecture)

So, what exactly is it about packing and moving that is so entirely horrendous? I’ve said to many people in the past week that it’s an exercise in ongoing under-estimation. Underestimating how much, how long, how expensive, how heavy, how tired. It’s got a lot in common with working on an enormous project with not enough time and not enough budget, and the media booked…

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links for 10 June 2006

bloggers anonymous ‘Living with blog addiction? You are not alone. And now you can come clean ANONYMOUSLY. We don’t needStories_1 your e-mail. We don’t need your url. In fact, we don’t need any information at all. Anonymous stories is a place where you can share (tags: blogging humour) Human Factors – an equation for calculating font size who knew.. there’s a formula you can use…

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