via the Ajaxian, this is gorgeous. Lots of tiles on a page, and as people around the world move a tile, you can see it in real time (much better than it sounds). Even more amazing, see how quickly people engage in ‘play’ – (who stole my tiles! I was just
Exploring the nature of ethnographic inquiry, this paper suggests that “implications for design” may not be the best metric for evaluation and may, indeed, fail to capture the value of ethnographic investigations.
interesting looking agency who do UI ‘innovation’ and mkting. If I was moving to SF I reckon I’d be looking them up :)
Call me crazy, but I feel as though I’ve just uncovered the holy grail of Visio.
I don’t know how many people I’ve asked about ways that you can create a Table of Contents in Visio. It seems like it should be sooooo easy, but no one has ever been able to help me out.
So I had a bit of ‘R&D time’ this afternoon and was playing with the Annotation Hiding Macro that Donna posted yesterday, then poked around a few of her other Visio pages, and there, in amongst some comments, I found it! A Macro that creates a Table of Contents in Visio for you.
Hoorah! Celebrations all round!
(Or did you all already know how to do this and I’ve been living under a Visio rock?!)
Now… it’s not all that pretty. But, for now, it does the trick.
Without any further ado, here it is (with many thanks to Bram!):
includes formula, for those mathematically or quantitatively inclined
in which Dave Winer describes himself as an ‘early blogger’. Is that as in ‘early man’? ;)
Did you miss out on a Writely beta invitation? Have you been waiting patiently whilst Google do whatever they will to it, so that you can try it out?
Fear not. Invitations are available. Leave Cody a note on his website and he’ll sort you out with a Writely log in. Hoorah!
Wondering what the hell Writely is? It’s a web based, collaborative word processing application. And it’s beautiful. Go now. Get an invite. Check it out!