Time Travel by Book

A twitter conversation prompted me to look up a booklist I kept in 2001. Kinda awesome.   Via […]

Learning from MySpace

Originally published in The Journal of Information Architecture The joy of the city is its diversity. A great city […]

For the Nerd People TL;DR

Abstract The paper maintains that in the epistemological shift from postmodernism to pseudo-modernism, technological, economic, social, and cultural […]


I like memes. I like kittehs. I like good UX. You see?   Iz my life. really. Iz […]

Grading the Damn Thing

Recently I’ve been working with General Assembly to create a new immersive user experience design class: five days […]

Farming and Knitting

I don’t get Farmville either.  Like you, I tried it out and found it painfully boring. I liked […]