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Ascription is an anathema to any enthusiasm: Project Rights

20/03/2004 @ 17:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Ascription is an anathema to any enthusiasm: Project Rights - Most institutions are in a continually renegotiating these things; it's exausting

The Vanity Experiment: Making User Scenarios

20/03/2004 @ 17:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : The Vanity Experiment: Making User Scenarios - Scenarios are communication tools based on story telling

Blog Survey: Summary of Findings

20/03/2004 @ 17:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Blog Survey: Summary of Findings - checking one's access log files isn't correlated to how well a blogger feels they know their audience

loaf

20/03/2004 @ 17:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : loaf - LOAF is a simple extension to email that lets you append your entire address book to outgoing mail message without compromising your privacy

François Hodierne : LOAF - Uh? Qui peut m'expliquer?

Simon Willison : About LOAF - Share your hashed address book and tell when a new contact is a friend-of-a-friend.

accessible popup links

20/03/2004 @ 15:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : accessible popup links - works in jaws too

Paul Hammond : Accessible Pop-up Links: A List Apart - more ways to pop up a link than you ever wanted or needed to

Dive Into Markdown

20/03/2004 @ 04:00 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : Dive Into Markdown - Well. I'm checking this out immediately.

Mark Pilgrim : dive into markdown - i can't see anyone paying for this when reStructuredText is free

Paul Hammond : Daring Fireball: Dive Into Markdown - Sometimes the truth of a thing is not so much in the think of it, but in the feel of it

TypeKey: whoop there it is!

20/03/2004 @ 02:00 UTC

Erik Benson : TypeKey: whoop there it is! - I'm curious to see how many of the talkr.net features they'll be implementing, and then whether or not I should still build it.

Andy Baio : Typekey, central authentication for blog comments - not limited to MovableType blogs, either [via]

cobra libre : typekey: single signon for weblogs, etc. - could be good, could be bad

anildash : an introduction to TypeKey - we've built an entire service just so people developing cool things don't have to build login systems

jkottke : TypeKey, authentication services for weblogs - TypeKey, authentication services for weblogs (I wonder if you could hack MT 3.0 to use Flickr for authentication instead...)

Dan Cederholm : TypeKey - Free comment authentication from Six Apart

Adam Gessaman : TypeKey -- just the basics - I guess it’ll be a race to see who can secure the username ‘adam’ first. Please Santa SixApart, let it be me.

Mark Pilgrim : typekey - knowing ben, i bet it's a friendly layer on top of pgp

Paul Hammond : TypeKey - a free, open system providing a central identity that anyone can use to log in and post comments on blogs and other web sites

François Hodierne : TypeKey - Les services d'authentification, nouvel eldorado ?

Wanker, Tosser, Ponce & Dullard

19/03/2004 @ 21:00 UTC

Tom Coates : Wanker, Tosser, Ponce & Dullard - Wanker, Tosser, Ponce & Dullard

Paul Hammond : Blatant Optimism: How the other side see it - I here present the paranoid version of Tom's mighty chart

Digital Web interviews Douglas Bowman

19/03/2004 @ 05:00 UTC

Dan Cederholm : Digital Web interviews Douglas Bowman - On Wired, Webmonkey, speaking and Stopdesign

Paul Hammond : Digital Web Magazine - An interview with Douglas Bowman - Skipping the why to get straight to the how will only allow you to think of solutions within a limited context

freeform goodness :: tech : computers : os : osx : applications : Markdown As An OS X Service

19/03/2004 @ 02:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : freeform goodness :: tech : computers : os : osx : applications : Markdown As An OS X Service - everything from Safari to Mail to SubEthaEdit to Stickies can benefit

Les Orchard : Markdown As An OS X Service

Sports Illustrated's digital photo workflow

19/03/2004 @ 00:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Sports Illustrated's digital photo workflow - a glimpse into a major magazine's editing process [via]

Simon Willison : Sports Illustrated's digital workflow - 16,183 photos in just 6 hours. (via)

Paul Hammond : Rob Galbraith DPI: Sports Illustrated's digital workflow - Steve Fine is looking at two pictures every second

The joy of navigation design

18/03/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Tomas Jogin : The joy of navigation design - Peter Merholz illustrates why good navigation design is important.

Paul Hammond : peterme.com: The Joy Of Navigation Design - Navigation design isn't just about finding things -- it imbues meaning based on the contexts it provides.

Jeffrey Veen doesn't care about accessibility

18/03/2004 @ 14:01 UTC

Andy Baio : Jeffrey Veen doesn't care about accessibility - his SXSW notes are great reading for anyone who designs for the web

jkottke : Veen: "when Web design is practiced as a craft, accessibility comes for free" - Veen: "when Web design is practiced as a craft, accessibility comes for free"

Paul Hammond : Jeffrey Veen: I don't care about accessibility. - when Web design is practices as a craft, and not a consolation, accessibility comes for free

Mark Pilgrim : if you do the web right, accessibility falls into place - contrapositive: if your site is horribly inaccessible, it's probably horribly unweblike too

Les Orchard : Jeffrey Veen: I don't care about accessibility. - I want to work where the web work isn't stuck in 1998

Tom Coates : Brilliant Jeff Veen post on accessibility and designing for the web

Richard MacManus : Jeffrey Veen's SXSW speech - Real Web Designers use terms like "Spectrum of Degradability". How about the Sphere of Semanticality?

phil : Good notes from Jeff Veen: "When Web design is practiced as a craft, and not a consolation, accessibility comes for free."

Web design going in the wrong direction?

18/03/2004 @ 13:00 UTC

Tomas Jogin : Web design going in the wrong direction? - "UI designers are making the same old fundamental "forgetting about the human being on the other side" mistakes -- except this time their code looks better. Humans -- not code validators -- use interfaces."

Paul Hammond : Web design going in the wrong direction?: Signal vs. Noise Weblog / Blog (by 37signals) - not enough talk about people

PieSpy - Inferring and Visualizing Social Network on IRC

17/03/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : PieSpy - Inferring and Visualizing Social Network on IRC - a mathematical model of a social network for any channel

Fast Company - Google, Innovation, and the Web

17/03/2004 @ 14:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Fast Company - Google, Innovation, and the Web - Ideas come from everywhere

luvly: Why do people give up weblogs?

17/03/2004 @ 14:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : luvly: Why do people give up weblogs? - it just didn't seem relevant to my life

Mark Pilgrim : why do people give up weblogs? - "i just don't want to be associated with a group of hyperactive prima donnas"

Kayode Okeyode : Why do people give up weblogs?

Richard MacManus : luvly: Why do people give up weblogs? - Via Mark Pilgrim. Interesting thoughts, but is it ironic that this is an example of why personal publishing is a good thing?

Clay Shirky on RELATIONSHIP at Internet Alchemy

17/03/2004 @ 13:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Clay Shirky on RELATIONSHIP at Internet Alchemy - my polite response

Fast Company - Google, Innovation, and the Web

17/03/2004 @ 13:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Fast Company - Google, Innovation, and the Web - Ideas come from everywhere

Design by Fire: An open letter to Jakob Nielsen

17/03/2004 @ 13:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Design by Fire: An open letter to Jakob Nielsen - There is no place for this sort of talk from anyone in our field, especially from someone at your level

Tom Coates : An open letter to Jakob Neilson (hear hear!)

Jeff Veen : An open letter to Jakob Nielsen - "[I]t is good design that will save the world from bad design. Usability is one piece of that puzzle..."

anildash : kindness is more effective - it's supposed to be an open letter to Jakob Nielsen, but it's really just a reminder that antagonism fails

a klog apart - Radio Wishlist - Print to Blog.

16/03/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : a klog apart - Radio Wishlist - Print to Blog. - Weblog as printer driver!

I am USER, hear me roar! : evolt.org, IA/Usability

16/03/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : I am USER, hear me roar! : evolt.org, IA/Usability - Don't throw things at me!

Graham Leuschke : I am USER, hear me roar! - If you give an important document to someone, you don't re-arrange their desk first, do you?

Richard Rutter : I am USER, hear me roar! - A reminder that I didn’t take your toys away (filed under New media industry). [via Dunstan’s blog]

MeriBlog : Meri Williams' Weblog: Those Who Develop Should Support

16/03/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : MeriBlog : Meri Williams' Weblog: Those Who Develop Should Support - there is a definite need for developers to be aware of their user's needs

mezzoblue - SXSW 2004

16/03/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : mezzoblue - SXSW 2004 - my entire SXSW experience

alexking.org: Blog > The Myth of CSS

16/03/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : alexking.org: Blog > The Myth of CSS - extra DIVs, SPANs and BRs used purely for formatting

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