Monthly Archives: March 2007

 Apple TV Is Well Executed

Yes, I bought an Apple TV the day it was announced. It’s installed and operational. The packaging is consistent with Apple’s nice design, set-up is simple, menu and navigation straight-forward, and viewing/listening is a great experience. Watching 320×240 formatted video … Continue reading

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 Study Shows Layout Speeds Reading

USC/Annenberg Study Confirms Value of Page Layout to Memory and Reading Speed of Articles “Eyetracking points the way to effective news article design” is a story in the Online Journalism Review of the Annenberg Center for Communications at USC. Featured … Continue reading

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 Attrition.org Data Loss Archive and Database (DLDOS) should scare anyone

This post was originally published on Twitter as a Tweet on 3 March 2013: Breaches of personal privacy and information loss are well documented and archived at Attrition.org Data Loss Archive and Database (DLDOS) at http://attrition.org/dataloss/. I mentioned this in … Continue reading

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