Posts tagged with ‘Patterns’

  • Thinking in Pictures

    May 13, 2005

    Someone told me about Dr. Temple Grandin, an assistant professor at Colorado State University who is a high-functioning autistic....

    Dave Seah
  • Creating Passionate Users

    May 10, 2005

    Brad forwarded me this link to Creating Passionate Users, a neat blog from the people who created the Head...

    Dave Seah
  • Zippiness & Perceived Wit

    May 9, 2005

    I came across a newspaper article called Did You Catch That. The gist is that some of us are...

    Dave Seah
  • Visual Thinking

    May 5, 2005

    I was talking to Jeff last week about journals as they relate to artistic process. He mentioned that Craig...

    Dave Seah
  • Planting Ideas for Profit

    April 21, 2005

    I just read an interesting article by Paul Graham about how PR firms work. For small companies looking to...

    Dave Seah
  • Neil Stephenson in Reason

    February 10, 2005

    Continuing on the Libertarian thread, I just read this interview with Neil Stephenson. Stephenson is the author of the...

    Dave Seah
  • A Handfew of Eggcorns

    January 30, 2005

    I was browsing Language Log after seeing a mention on Slashdot. Linguists use Google to track how contemporary written...

    Dave Seah
  • More Wiki Tyranny

    January 4, 2005

    Continuing my previous thread of thought: In response to the original laments about Wikipedia’s growing pains, Clay Shirky’s “Rebuttal”...

    Dave Seah
  • The Tyranny of Wiki-Democracy

    January 3, 2005

    Wikipedia is pretty darn cool because it’s a group assemblage of knowledge from anyone who wants to participate. It’s...

    Dave Seah
  • Graphical Patterns

    December 29, 2004

    I was browsing through secretrobot and came across a lot of interesting entries. In particular, the one on GUI...

    Dave Seah
  • Windows XP, Wha?

    December 16, 2004

    Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been slowly introducing Dad to the wonders of modern computing. We got...

    Dave Seah
  • Email is for Old Coots

    November 30, 2004

    I came across this article on the demise of email in Korea: The ebbing of email is a phenomenon...

    Dave Seah