Subject: Gleanings: The Truth is Out There
Found this link on Peterme’s site (who is ranting against anthropology these days, go take a look peterme.com)
It’s a story of a reporter who wrote a story on the Reverend Jackson for a major magazine, and had it rewritten to portray the Right Rev as a villain. It’s an interesting story, but I also find it interesting that there was a day when this would have happened and no one would have ever known. The internet may provide for hoaxes and urban myths, but it also allows truth to get out to the general public.
The true story of QWERTY, everybody’s favorite example of good enough+mass acceptance=standard
and more info here, if you are interested
What size is your user’s resolution?
Here’s how to track it
and what the author found about his own site
IBM developerWorks: When Web pages don’t work.
IA & DESIGN
Everyone’s talking about UrbanPixel
visit the site
Industry Standard: Web Publishers Learn to Love Micropayments.
But publishers complain that the micropayment brigade still hasn’t fixed the
biggest problem – customers’ unwillingness to pay a la carte. Until there’s a
widespread and easy-to-use standard, that reluctance will probably endure.
Useit.Com: From January 25, 1998; The Case for Micropayments
B2B ecommerce revenues in the US are expected to rise from USD336
billion this year to USD6.3 trillion by 2005, according to a new report
from Jupiter Research.
Speedy delivery of electronic solutions to the marketplace is now the
biggest concern for those in the financial services industry.
WAP/Mobile Links (in no particular order)
APROPOS OF NOTHING
DOG, BUDDHA, ELVIS
Witness a portrait of a man besieged by his triune conscience. Perhaps you have been this hung-
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