nerdy blog post (cool stuff for bloggers)

got a blog? this might interest you. Have you heard that Feedburner now support email subscriptions? Just copy and paste a little code into your template and they’ll do the rest. I signed myself up and received one of my own emails this evening, and it was a very satisfactory experience. So, if you want to get emails from here on, scroll down the homepage…

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links for 20 April 2006

oooh, we’ve got *lots* of juicy goodness in todays links. (Lots of research for me today!). Enjoy :) Coming of Age in Ethnography (GotoReport) ‘recognizing the points of possible distortion when observing and analyzing the behavior of others’ (along the lines of my earlier post re: group behaviour and performance) (tags: enthnography user-research informationarchitecture) The User Advocate: One Size Fits None? (GotoReport) this is also…

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bloggers disproportionately influential (SMH)

interesting piece in the SMH this morning suggesting that bloggers and ‘internet pundits‘ are ‘exerting a “disproportionately large influence” on society….. “They’re not representative of the larger audience, but what they’re saying does matter” . Makes me wonder about the ethical responsibilities for people with disproportionately loud voices. Then makes me wonder whether, as there is such a low barrier to entry to blogging (or…

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links for 19 April 2006

A More Accessible Map (a list apart) guidelines for making pretty interactive maps friendly and accessible (tags: maps accessibility) Emotionally Centred Design (Don Norman) why are these so compelling? Is it the joy of immediacy after so many years of slow, clunky websites? Or perhaps it is the pleasure of the fluid movement, with information overlaying the maps. (tags: maps emotionaldesign) Web-applications: Speak the right…

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