the weblog of Lucas Gonze: “I remember Dave’s first tentative audioblogs, because they were so little and so late — by then Harold had been audioblogging on a daily basis for over a year, IT Conversations had been on the air for over a year, and Webjay had already served up somewhere between five and ten thousand RSS feeds with audio enclosures.”
Happy Cog Studios: Work: Amnesty International USA: a nice one-page overview of the changes made during a redesign.
Interconnected: “One eskimo speaking to another eskimo. The first eskimo says, “You’ll never guess what. Those social software people have three hundred words for ‘friend’.”
Espresso has less caffeine than brewed coffee says Victor an he’s right. Maria confirmed this to me last week. It’s because expresso is brewn from seeds that are more burned, and the more you burn them the stronger they taste, but also the less cafeine they contain. Bring it on!
I know this is a dumb question, but if you give a talk or class at a conference, do you generally get to go for free?
When you search for “books about x” at Google, you now get some guesses from Google’s search in a book.
You can now get Photostory 3 for free at Microsoft if you let them check your Windows copy. I like Photostory, it’s based on solid research, although 2 was a bit crippled. Go get it!