Monthly Archives: December 2010

Lumber in Holmes’ library

Lately, I have been thinking about the intersection of IA with the everyday person’s life. The more information we encounter, the more we are challenged to keep it organized. The problems we discuss in Thom Haller’s Information Architecture class are … Continue reading

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Considering shelf life and media choice

When I started reading The Pluto Files: The Rise and Fall of America’s Favorite Planet, I knew I would be entertained as well as educated by author and astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson. The book explains at the history of Pluto … Continue reading

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Trying out speed networking with UXers

On Wednesday I participated in something I’ve never done before: speed networking. Before this event co-hosted by¬†UPA-DC, IxDA-DC, and Web Mavens, my only exposure to speed meeting (for lack of a better term) was through a speed dating scene in … Continue reading

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