There is somebody can invite me to joost

19 Jul 2007 - 7:05am
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GIO MONTOYA
2006

Hi guys.

i have been trying to llok for somebody that may
invite me to joost, since I want to get this amazing
and new TV option by internet.

If anybody can do that for me and let me know what i
have to do after invitation.

Thank you all of you. In addition I am looking for an
internship in interaction design, so i am in my first
year of my MFA.

Cheers

Giovanni
--- Mark Schraad <mschraad at mac.com> wrote:

> Hi Kevin,
>
> Totally get that, and I play the consumer/user
> advocate role arguing against ads nearly every day.
> But there is nearly always a business influence and
> the monetization is likely equally important if not
> more (to those making the final decision). My real
> point being that rather than have this decision
> forced on us, maybe we need to stop moping around
> and wining about it and accept it as a design
> constraint and create a solution that anticipates
> it.
>
> Mark
>
>
> On Wednesday, July 18, 2007, at 03:22PM, "Kevin
> Doyle" <kbdoyle at gmail.com> wrote:
> >I think that a pleasant user experience is good
> Marketing and supersedes any
> >"monetization" constraints. How many pages will a
> user click through if they
> >have to worry about a whole bunch of images, ads
> and Flash movies every time
> >they click "next". And pagination doesn't print
> well at all -- you have to
> >go to each page and print out things separately.
> You might be able to have a
> >"print-friendly version" of the article available,
> but I bet that once the
> >user clicks on the ad-free print-friendly, full
> article version, they're
> >going to finish reading the article there. Besides,
> with some good CSS
> >development, you don't even need to have a
> print-friendly verison of the
> >article available -- you just create a style sheet
> just for printing.
> >
> >On 7/18/07, Mark Schraad <mschraad at mac.com> wrote:
> >>
> >> I don't buy into the conspiracy thing here, if
> only in name.
> >>
> >> Monetization is a realistic and ethical design
> constraint. Designers need
> >> to understand how things (salaries and other
> resources) get paid for.
> >>
> >> For long lists, pagination makes perfect sense
> partly because it is so
> >> easy - and prints fairly well. User options for
> number of items to display
> >> are great.
> >>
> >> Mark
> >>
> >>
> >> On Wednesday, July 18, 2007, at 08:12AM, "Kevin
> Doyle" < kbdoyle at gmail.com>
> >> wrote:
> >> >Another Con:
> >> >It's not possible to print out an article that's
> spread out over several
> >> >pages unless there's an option to do so.
> >> >
> >> >I'm with Rob Brown on this one: pagination is a
> Marketing tool. I've
> >> found
> >> >pagination only to be useful on massive
> information returns like record
> >> and
> >> >internet searches.
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >On 7/18/07, Maxim Soloviev <maxim at deast.info>
> wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >> What about splitting long articles into few
> pages?
> >> >>
> >> >> Pro's:
> >> >> User always can create a bookmark on the page
> that he had to stop to
> >> read
> >> >>
> >> >> Con's:
> >> >> Someone who is going to read all article had
> to use pagination.
> >> >>
> >> >> --
> >> >> Maxim
> >> >> http://maxim.deast.info/
> >> >>
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19 Jul 2007 - 8:31am
Dave Malouf
2005

There is a new site out there for invite giving and receiving called
InviteShare.com. They were just bought by TechCrunch.

-- dave

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