there are more women running Fortune 500 companies this year than there were last year. Currently, 10 Fortune 500 companies are run by women (up from 9 last year), and a total of 20 Fortune 1000 companies have women in the top job (up from 19).
That’s 2%. 2%. And I don’t think this is a “quality” issue.
It seems that Google Analytics has launched some new features including – hoorah! – the ability for people NOT in the US to see their stats in local time. Very nice, thanks for that Google. BUT! every since then I’m finding my poor old blog is taking AAAAGGGGEEESSSS to load, while it waits, and waits and waits for Google Analytics. Not sure about you, but that’s probably the number one reason for getting rid of stats code. In fact, that’s almost enough to make me stop dreaming of Measure Map.
Come on Google. Pull your finger out already. Let my blog load quickly again!
(Waves to the lucky people who read via RSS!)
One day I’d really like to design interaction for non-desktop interaction. Here’s a good article that talks a little about ubiquitous design.
- No boundaries: The challenge of ubiquitous design (Adam Greenfield)
information processing that has left the desktop behind, and been distributed throughout the built environment: “invisible, but in the woodwork everywhere.” (tags: UbiquitousComputing)
Meanwhile, happy wedding anniversary to me :) (and Mick)
do you read OK/Cancel yet? I love how they can say things that I’ve been thinking and could rant about for post after post, using humour and a 3 frame cartoon.
I *love* their most recent cartoon. It illustrates beautifully the problem that we who work in design (be it visual, experience, information, interaction) have to deal with all the time. The fact that *everyone* thinks that their ‘opinion’ counts.
I’m a fan of plain English, making things as non-technical as possible. But sometimes I can see how making things sound v. complicated and difficult would make one’s life much more simple. Either that, or becoming a developer!