Monthly Archives: June 2014

Meetings vs getting stuff done: 3 months since IA Summit 2014

It’s summer! (Here in the northern hemisphere, at least.) Saturday was the first official day, but the weather’s seemed like it for quite some time. A highlight in my summer is that we’re subscribed to a CSA—which means that, once a week, … Continue reading

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The World Cup, Rwanda, and UX Research

Four years ago in 2010, just as it is now, a World Cup was happening. From here in the US to across the pond in Belgium to an eight hour flight south of there in Rwanda, people gathered around TV … Continue reading

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Building the IA Summit team: 10 weeks since IA Summit 2014

These past two weeks I’ve very much enjoyed a visit to Iowa to visit my alma mater and to Illinois (near St. Louis) to visit my family. Along the way, I also got to see Des Moines (in just two … Continue reading

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