Discussion Archive: January 2007

21 Jan 2007 - 8:46pm
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Christopher Fahey
2005

Behavior Design is Hiring!

Hi Everybody,

Behavior (http://www.behaviordesign.com), a fast-growing and award-winning
New York City web design and development agency, is expanding and hiring on
all fronts.

We're seeking Information Architects, Producers/Project Managers, Visual/UI
Designers, Front-end Developers (both HTML and Flash), and Back-end Software
Engineers. We're looking for both lead-level and staff-level positions in
all of these areas.

21 Jan 2007 - 6:35pm
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Esteban Barahona
2006

about science

( 4 6 ) + 2

( Science()()IxD()()Art )

moo

eh... sorry in advance for being a counter-example of human behaviour

20 Jan 2007 - 11:24pm
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7 years ago
1 reply
Kevin Wong
2007

Master and Apprentice (was iPhone Keynote)

Take a minute and think about a mentor who changed everything for you
in the best way professionally. That one person alone for however
long that relationship lasted has helped you up when you fell and
told you all the why's to your what's and how's. Now imagine that
benefit except that relationship is extended over a couple years and
the mentor is currently considered the best in the industry.

20 Jan 2007 - 4:51pm
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7 years ago
1 reply
Dave VanEsselstyn
2007

JOB: Information Architect, New York NY, Wireless Generation, Inc. Full - Time

ABOUT WIRELESS GENERATION, INC.:
Wireless Generation deals with the massive streams of information that guide
children's education. We launched just 6 years ago. Today we serve millions
of students -- more than 10% of all children in America between the ages of
5 and 8. We are booming because our vision for changing education is both
compelling and profoundly needed.

We're focused on replacing archaic paper systems and helping teachers and
schools use data to support instructional decisions.

20 Jan 2007 - 8:45am
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7 years ago
1 reply
Jens Meiert
2004

[ux][qa] "On errors, and why paying for errors pays off"

Dear list,

since "error handling with monetary benefits" appears to be a "niche topic", but an alternative and working way to deal with errors, I ask you for professional feedback on

http://meiert.com/en/blog/20070120/qa-on-errors-and-why-paying-for-errors-pays-off/

Thank you, regards,
Jens.

--
Jens Meiert
http://meiert.com/en/

20 Jan 2007 - 8:41am
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7 years ago
2 replies
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Esteban Barahona
2006

I apologize

...my past behaviour was eh... weird. It was a dangerous road... but I'm
back on my feet.

20 Jan 2007 - 5:44am
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pabini
2004

Update: IxDA Dinner at UIE WebApp Summit

Hi Everybody

To all of you who are planning on getting together at the IxDA dinner at the
UIE WebApp Summit in Monterey, our dinner reservation is for 6:45pm, so
we'll be leaving the hotel lobby earlier than I originally thought. So far
28 people have RSVP'd.

Date: Sunday, January 21
Meeting:
Where: In the lobby of the Monterey Marriott
When: 6:30pm
Dinner:
Where: Montrio Bistro (http://www.montrio.com/)
When: 6:45 pm

If you haven't already done so, please RSVP to Pabini Gabriel-Petit at
pabinigp (at) spiritsoftworks (dot) com.

Regards, Pabini

20 Jan 2007 - 2:51am
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Esteban Barahona
2006

eh... ground

4 months... just 4 months. from today.

20 Jan 2007 - 1:42am
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Esteban Barahona
2006

IxD is about Human Interaction, nothing less nothing more

do you all want to make a collective essay? I will edit it with web-type...
floating divs, etc... but keep it on this thread (you can make a new
colective essay, but I may or may not edit it... )

*casts colective urban tribal drumming*

Let's see:

computers have keyboards. We know the story of this device. The qwerty one.
and the "answer", dvorak. both are chaotic... without purpose.

I propose

Using voice recognition software instead of keyboards. That will be way
fast, and natural. Like speaking to machine so that machine "just types for
you"... no slaves.

20 Jan 2007 - 1:34am
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Esteban Barahona
2006

150 = 3

Hi there.

Because of consistency I will continue posting all the ramblings on ENGLISH
here... I "hope" IxDA.org doesn't "die".

here's some "code about time":

1984 2007
-2500 -4
1970 1984

1 2 3 4 5
6 7 // lavender eye(s)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
0

150
2 1
3

...that's Buddhist mathematics...

you know what? I was not kidding. I'm an urban techno buddhist monk level 1.
It took me great effort, 21 years of "online training". I took the Intensive
method... but that's not recommended to anyone... you may take buddhism for
cows, which isn't that bad.