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Links 1 through 10 of 97 by Juan Manuel Caicedo tagged for:matiasjajaja

Living Stories are a new format for presenting and consuming online news. The basic idea of a living story is to combine all of the news coverage on a running story on a single page. Every day, instead of writing a new article on the story that sits at a new URL and contains some new developments and some old background, a living story resides at a permanent URL, that is updated regularly with new developments.

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An interview of the game designer of The Sims about motivation at work, time management, team work and managing failure.

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A presentation about information design. Authors give tips about how to identify relevant information, how to find a way to group it and present it in a more effective way.

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Second part of a presentation about information design.

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To be good user experience folks, we need to crack open some psych 101 textbooks, learn what motivates people and then bake these ideas into our designs.

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MeeTimer has a simple role: it records where you spend your time online.
It does it in a rather useful way, by allowing you to group websites into activities (e.g. Facebook = procrastination; Gmail = communication) so you can make sense of where your time is going.

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The Web was now mature enough for us to build Web technologies purely out of Web parts. Web-2.0 is a result of applying the Web to itself and is therefore better thought of as Web(Web()) or more concisely, Web2.

Today, we can build new Web artifacts out of existing ones by aggregation (Web Mashups) and by projection (filtered views), and publish the resulting artifacts on the Web by assigning them a URI. This leads to the insight that this Web that is to come potentially consists of the power-set of all Web content.

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Monty Python's official channel

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