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MGB On eBay
Emma, my beloved 67 MGB roadster, is for sale.
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Does innovation always provide a competetive advantage?
Industry knowledge does not translate into usability.
People familiar with the antique business will find this Onion article funny.
Create wizards that are easy to use and effective.
On the one-year anniversary of this weblog, reflect upon what I’ve learned.
Details on the upcoming Blogger Pro.
Nationwide Do Not Call List
Lawmakers consider a nationwide telemarketing opt-out list.
Remote system administration on a diet.
Inside the Wayback Machine
When the Internet Archive needed massive amounts of storage and processing power, they turned to arrays of inexpensive machines.
Discover your inner hamster
Inefficient, manual processes make life difficult for your customers.
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A CAT 5 network cable on a retractable reel for travelers.
ASP Image creator
Image generation in ASP without COM objects.
Make it simple
Business Week has an interview with Dennis Boyle from IDEO. He says, "People don’t want...
If your company has a competitive weakness, you should make it your number one priority to overcome that weakness. Even better is to turn it around and make it a strength.
This marks a milestone for this weblog. This is the 300th entry I have made...
Introduction to IA
WebWord has a great article that provides an introduction to information architecture. Anyone that has...
I’ve moved from Blogger to Movable Type. Blogger was great, but Movable Type (MT) is...
Blogging with Radio
Radio has released the beta of the Manila-Blogger Bridge Tool. "In a nutshell, it lets you...
What do you do?
If you are out looking for a job (as I am), your friends and family...
Dave apparently is planning a feature to allow Radio to post items via the Blogger...
Some of today’s spam: BRAND NEW ANTI-SPAM TECHNOLOGY! Detect & eliminate spam BEFORE it gets...
David Reed at SATN suggests patenting the use of private data: "Let’s file patents on...
As mentioned here previously, British grocery chain Tesco has been successful in the home grocery...
The Grok is back
Media Grok was one of the best reasons to read The Industry Standard. The team...
My In-Laws took one of those all-expense paid guided tours to see the US ice...
So much for Global Warming
BBC: Animals retreat as Antarctic cools...
When I saw the headline on Plastic "'It Really Has Nothing To Do With The...
AnandTech has a very detailed review of the Apple iPod. They disassemble it, provide specs...
I’ve been playing with Radio 8 and so far I like it. The news aggregator...
Richard M Stallman has an editorial over at NewsForge that encourages people to ignore MS...
Usability for Everyday Things
Makers of everyday things like toothbrushes and spatulas have started researching how people actually use...
Some advertising and tracking networks have opt-out systems where you can store a cookie on...
Joel On Software: "The companies that do well are the ones who rely least on...
Heather is doing a Mirror Project exhibition at a bakery called Muffins, Etc. in Sacramento...
More telemarketing protection
A new law in California (where I live) allows people to have their names placed...
You can also add yourself to the opt-out lists that are maintained by the Direct...
Junk mail madness
I opened the mailbox today to find two items. One was a bill for my...
Finding your way
An important part of helping people to use your site is allowing them to know...