Happy Xmas. We have a snowstorm in NYC. It’s cool.
My cable internet company is screwing me (charging things I didn’t order) but since they’re a monopoly I can’t change. If I get this wireless router, can I then let everyone in the building know they can use my wireless access point? And how much is a wireless card for my laptop (Compaq)?
AIFIA | AIfIA Finishes its First Month with 200 Members, International Flavor: “The Asilomar Institute for Information Architecture, which launched in early November, already sports a membership of over 200 people from five continents engaged in the emerging field of information architecture. Recent additions to AIfIA’s leadership council are similarly global, hailing from Australia, Belgium (that’s me), Chile, Denmark, and the US.”
CityDesk: Desktop Content Management: why do they have this, like, really blurry screenshot?
Digital Web Magazine – Features: The Psychology of Navigation: “A typical user, faced with a typical, freshly loaded Web page – her eyes bouncing around the page – takes in all the options available.” No they don’t. At least not when they’re looking for something – they’ll click the first likely link.
destinationKM.com: Building ”I” Schools: “Pioneering university programs in information science.” Information architecture should be thaught there. Is it?