You probably already know about the One Red Paperclip guy. He's managed to make his final trade, which he'll officially complete on July 12, one year after he started. Pretty cool what you can do with the internet. (via BoingBoing)
2006.07.09 in Blogs | Permalink
Wandering through some blogs and ran across Kathy Sierra's "Creating
Passionate Users" blog, about which I can't say enough nice things. She hits a number of my favorite issues, such as:
Link: Creating Passionate Users: Ultra-fast release cycles and the new plane.Link: Creating Passionate Users: Death by risk-aversion.Link: Creating Passionate Users: The hi-res user experience.Link: Creating Passionate Users: Conversational writing kicks formal writing's ass.
And one that made me smile, too:
Link: Creating Passionate Users: Code like a girl.
I'll be spelunking her archives for quite some time, I suspect.
2006.07.09 in Blogs, Business, Thinking, Writing | Permalink
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