Monthly Archives: October 2010

Five and two

Madelyn and Amelia are five and two! Continue reading

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ATTW: Usability Testing and the Templated Web

Good things about the CFP for ATTW 2011, and my proposal, “Usability Testing and the Templated Web.” Continue reading

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Back to making beer

After more than two years, I’m back to making beer, thanks to some help from friends. Pale ale in the carboy now, and two more styles to come this week. Continue reading

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Welcome Judah

Welcome, Judah Dov Rice Continue reading

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Nielsen on kids (and summarized too)

In “Children’s Websites: Usability Issues in Designing for Kids,” Jakob Nielsen compares web usability for children and adults, finding some interesting differences, particularly in repeated tasks and revealing personal info. Bonus: the report is also a quick summary of Nielsen’s work as a whole. Continue reading

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Good CFP moves by C&W 2011

Four good things about the CFP for Computers & Writing 2011 Continue reading

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Visualizing From A to [A]

Visualizing From A to [A] with a word cloud made from the index Continue reading

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