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Friday Links - 06-19-2010

Mickey McManus
June 20, 2010 in Articles

Fordlandia, under heaven, best small company to work for, slow motion disasters, rent a white guy, Al Franken explains the value of the constitution, best illusion of the year, and a real time world cup tracker.

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Friday Links - 04-30-2010

Mickey McManus
May 1, 2010 in Articles

Facejobs, the quantified life, didgets and data platforms, thinking about tomorrow, zip files all the way down, the marshmallow challenge, and the show book of the world.

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Friday Links - 04-16-10

Mickey McManus
April 18, 2010 in Articles

The Girl with the Tattoo, the iPad Challenge, Ed Catmull and the Hybrid Problem Solver, Panorama, robodog and rosie, heat vision and jack, will it blend, an impressive portfolio, and shaking your way to literacy.

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Friday Links - 03-26-2010

Mickey McManus
March 28, 2010 in Articles

The Ideas Economy, have paper will prototype, a case for design literacy, Black Hills, the heatswell coffee cup, an indoor tornado, the arrow of time (teeth edition), Ms. Badu visits Dallas, insect bling, and data data everywhere.

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Friday Links - 2-27-10

Mickey McManus
February 28, 2010 in Articles

Vice guide to a strange land, Ninendo plays with dimensions, Tom Waits sings a song, digesting the web, charting the Beatles, cat food, mothership, and a glass harp virtuoso.

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Friday Links - 02-19-10

Mickey McManus
February 20, 2010 in Articles

Your man, massive attack, Pittsburgh winter sports, howtoons, the lady, and the reaper.

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To iPad or not to iPad.

Mickey McManus
January 31, 2010 in Articles

First thoughts about Apple’s new iPad in the context of the future.

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Friday Links - 01-30-10

Mickey McManus
January 31, 2010 in Articles

Our hero, how to report the news, soap box derby delight, a very personal annual report, the political power of visualizations, Lost is found, tape measure masters, and exit through the gift shop.

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Friday Links - 01-22-10

January 24, 2010 in Articles

The Swan Thieves, the great world, 360 video, inflatable hospitals, waiting for superman, privacy is dead (again), the questor tapes, and Justin lifts his voice in prayer.

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Friday Links - 01-15-10

Mickey McManus
January 16, 2010 in Articles

Rhiza Earth tours, TEDx, mini left overs, CES highlights, the lost supper, voiceband, and of course, Sneans (err, Jeakers?).

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Festivus Links - 12-23-09

Mickey McManus
December 23, 2009 in Articles

Festivus, chrome, doppelgangers for sale, photo-collage sculptures, holiday-based computing, your brain on checkers, the Copenhagen wheel, and a taste of a London that never was.

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Friday Links - 12-11-09

Mickey McManus
December 13, 2009 in Articles

Work is a game, zettabytes, art is a lie, living stories, the CO2 cube, LEGOS, Scott Kim, bioprinters, and an engine with a difference.

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Why do we prototype?

Kevin Hoffmann
December 3, 2009 in Articles

Over the last several years, I’ve developed the mantra, “Just prototype it.” The experience of having to think through how things are built makes you ask all sorts of questions you never get around to in a design/brainstorming meeting. There are a few things to keep in mind before you begin though.

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Friday Links - 11-20-09

Mickey McManus
November 21, 2009 in Articles

Free, makers, networked car driving Elmos, a few bright spots in the healthcare morass, trillions, idle human initiatives, autocaptioning, Tim Burton, and a magic wand.

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People, Technology, and Design. Originally published in Breaking Ground, July/August 2009

Dutch MacDonald
November 10, 2009 in Articles

Although new technologies are leading to greater efficiencies in building design, we will succeed in building the future only by thoughtfully considering the intersection of people, technology, and design.

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Friday Links - 11-06-09

Mickey McManus
November 8, 2009 in Articles

A million miles, succeed once in a while, 99 red balloons, I miss Carl, how Facebook makes money, making healthcare better, beautiful newspapers could happen, and a simple idea for storytelling.

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Friday Links - 10-30-09

Mickey McManus
November 1, 2009 in Articles

Chronic City, Petman, flowcharting the Beatles, failing to learn, the perils of having feet of clay, the quality of light.

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Friday Links - 10-16-09

Mickey McManus
October 18, 2009 in Articles

A ship of gold, juliet naked, the meaning of night, caveman sci-fi, the theory of fun, Manhattan before all those pesky westerners, an amazing new (old) camera, a game for snoopers, and the botany of desire.

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Friday Links - 10-02-09

Mickey McManus
October 3, 2009 in Articles

A few book reviews to clear off my shelf, a classic segment (from this week’s news) of the daily show, tools for the mind, memristors, the power of time off, and a different way to draw borders on a map.

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Friday Links - 09-27-09

Mickey McManus
September 27, 2009 in Articles

Yes is more, random stats, tag, a little known band, a politician who can actually draw all the states from memory, a few nice moments, and a drill powered bike.

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Friday Links - 09-04-09

Mickey McManus
September 6, 2009 in Articles

The angel’s game, the book of space, remixing youtube, T-Pain or not T-Pain, projectopong, spike gets his interview, I always knew something was going on at IKEA, USB eye warmers, and a house made of legos. Who could ask for anything more?

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Missing the Point in the Design of Electronic Medical Records

Roderick McMullen
August 29, 2009 in Articles

The push for Electronic Medical Records is all over the news, and has even been signed into policy by President Obama. But not everyone thinks they’re everything they could and should be. Dr. David Eibling and Dr. Augie Turano from the Pittsburgh VA hospital came to MAYA to talk about some of the shortcomings of the current systems, and the vast potential of future ones.

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Friday Links - 08-28-09

Mickey McManus
August 28, 2009 in Articles

Staring at goats, tracking the amazing and positive growth of health and prosperity in the world (really, Jeesh, lighten up!), tasting light, a human interface, grilling brats on your phone, the design of EMR systems (or lack thereof), a sustainable city of umbrellas, blinky things, and spots before our eyes.

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Friday Links - 08-14-09

Mickey McManus
August 16, 2009 in Articles

Short list this week, Bobby, Dean, George, Kanye, and Aldous.

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Friday Links - 08-08-09

Mickey McManus
August 8, 2009 in Articles

TEDGlobal, Manahatta, BIG,trompe l’oeil… but with light instead, Mr. Fox, touchable holographics, Zeitoun, iPhone robots, and how people really spend their time.

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Friday Links - 06/27/09

Mickey McManus
June 27, 2009 in Articles

Great documentary, patented shoes, living by the numbers, cooking with greenscreen, Low-poly fashion, the architecture of data farming, napping, and the Roots.

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Friday Links - 06/12/09

Mickey McManus
June 13, 2009 in Articles

How to win a cosmic war, the CIO 100, pop-psych persuasion, the appeal of aged news, teaching kids to argue, doctors focusing on patients, a little black hole, Banksy is back, Zaha takes on Burnham, and a taste of Tomato.

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Friday Links - 6-06-09

Mickey McManus
June 6, 2009 in Articles

Babies, learning design through reality TV, a new kind of controller, gestures, a better place, mapping the Internet by hand, the wisdom of the crowds in your head, asking nature, fun with liquid metals, google squared, a powerful story about human-centered design, and of course budgets are sexxy.

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Learning Design through Reality TV

Katie Minardo Scott
June 5, 2009 in Articles

Putting my food-lust aside, Top Chef has quite a few “design lessons” hidden between the fancy presentation and obscure ingredients. It’s pretty clear that the “rules” that make a contestant successful on Top Chef are the same “rules” that apply to good design work. Sure, they’re working with food rather than technology, but the core ideas are the same.

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Friday Links - 05/29/09

Mickey McManus
May 31, 2009 in Articles

Rebranding USA, improve everywhere, an easy solution, avant gardeners, Guilloche patterns, and the swiss army camper of my dreams.

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Friday Links - 05/22/09

Mickey McManus
May 22, 2009 in Articles

Alpha, Data.gov, Imogene, brands that will disappear, the selected works of T.S. Spivet, working with your hands, push-button house, ancient artifact graffiti, calling cards and playing cards.

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Friday Links - 05/01/09

Mickey McManus
May 2, 2009 in Articles

Flutracker, information-centricity, a notebook, physics is the new black, the singularity, bendy things, and of course a slow motion piano crash.

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Usability Rant: Why is it so hard to talk to users?

David Bishop
April 29, 2009 in Articles

Practicing the principle of involving users in the design of a product is not that easy. There are pitfalls, roadblocks, political difficulties, and motivation issues. This rant is to convince you that the thousands of excuses I’ve heard for not including users in the design process are all bunk.

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Information Centricity 101

Francine Gemperle
April 24, 2009 in Articles

Information-centric design places primacy on the information itself to support direct interaction between people and information.

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Friday Links - 04/24/09

Mickey McManus
April 23, 2009 in Articles

The wrong cloud, deathcasting for dollars, is America still innovative, Luigi Colani’s fever dreams, hairhats, gorrilla specs, and the rise of silly motoring.

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The Wrong Cloud?

April 23, 2009 in Articles

In our opinion cloud computing, as currently described, is not that far off from the sort of thinking that drove the economic downturn…

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Friday Links - 03/27/09

Mickey McManus
March 29, 2009 in Articles

Junior MAYAn Action League, where the wild things are, this little light of mine, balloonimals (or fun with the microphone on your iPhone), smoking hot electric cars, skateboard friendly housing, hot dog octopi, and of course robots that spit fire.

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Friday Links - 03/20/09

Mickey McManus
March 22, 2009 in Articles

A book about Dickens (ok sorta about Dickens), Dave Eggers co-writes a film, plants are good, I love motorcycles (though no I won’t drive one), holograms are bad, improv is everywhere, LEDs take the iPhone back in time, and a bit of fun with projectors.

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Friday Links - 03/13/09

Mickey McManus
March 15, 2009 in Articles

Mr. Stewart mixes it up, where did the money go, 6th sense, wind power, and a wrist computer for people with very big arms, and very keen eyesight.

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Is usability obsolete? (Part II)

Katie Minardo Scott
March 9, 2009 in Articles

Usability is slowly being sidelined by three computing trends (outlined earlier), but our demise is being accelerated by three additional “human” trends.

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Friday Links - 03/06/09

Mickey McManus
March 7, 2009 in Articles

Who watches, how we decide, building a world, garbage bag monsters, robots and playbourers unite, and love will tear/keep us together/apart.

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Friday Links - 02/20/09

Mickey McManus
February 22, 2009 in Articles

Light week in linkland… What happens when you take out keyframes, tinkering is good, abandoned luxuries, and the second lives of things.

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Usability Rant: Adding complexity when you should be taking it away

David Bishop
February 19, 2009 in Articles

I wish I lived in a world where designers were forced to remove two features from a product for every one that’s added in. It’s so easy to campaign for the addition of a feature, but try suggesting removal some time and you’ll be beat down with a bazillion cries of “somebody might need that,” “but our competition has that,” and “that’s moving backwards.” Well, that’s hooey. Half the stuff I own would be easier to use if it wasn’t so, I dunno, b>laden with extraneous junk.

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Getting to Know You

Amy Ferchak
February 17, 2009 in Articles

To design a usable, useful system, I need to get beyond the level of “information” and move up to the level of “knowledge and understanding.”

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Friday Links - 02/13/09

Mickey McManus
February 14, 2009 in Articles

Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about Information Architecture but were afraid to ask, a kid approved storymaker, jetpacks available now (sorta), who watches the watchmen, and really nothing at all to worry about.

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What is Information Architecture?

Mickey McManus
February 14, 2009 in Articles

Two short films and a bit of a rant about Information Architecture.

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Is usability obsolete? (Part I)

Katie Minardo Scott
February 13, 2009 in Articles

Current usability work is an artifact of an earlier computer ecosystem, out of step with contemporary realities.

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Friday Links - 2/06/09

Mickey McManus
February 8, 2009 in Articles

Slow week in link land. How the world will end, UAVs for all, buttons ATMs Legos robots, a fire on the mountain, and dying towns.

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Friday Links - 12/30/09

Mickey McManus
January 31, 2009 in Articles

Steeler baby, focused sound, chiabama, zooming is the new black, Rem Koolhaas comes to New York, and a nice clip about this generation.

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Friday Links - 01/23/09

Mickey McManus
January 24, 2009 in Articles

A new day, some nice pictures of the inauguration, beating plowshares into swords, understanding comics, the new lunar rover, and how the day sounds.

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Friday Links - 01/16/09

Mickey McManus
January 17, 2009 in Articles

How to make soda water, mind games, Burger King figures out a way to help you cull your “friends,” some strange maps, a little something musical, and a way to hack your brain without drugs.

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"Predictably Irrational" - Something to Think About

Roderick McMullen
January 8, 2009 in Articles

Dear fellow Human Science types,
I read Predictably Irrational (Dan Ariely) while on vacation, and for
anyone who’s interested, I did a little write-up.

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Friday Links - 01/02/09

Mickey McManus
January 3, 2009 in Articles

Very light week in linkland. Core77’s best of the best, custom scooters, Zbig takes someone to school, digging into the wayback machine, self-balancing table, an art show in Miami, and a bit of Feynman.

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Friday Links - 12/26/08

Mickey McManus
December 27, 2008 in Articles

The Invention of Hugo Cabret, the Harlem Children’s Zone, tunable glasses, scouting for cool locations, handmade fonts, music list for 2008, and something that clearly needs to be demodulated before appreciating it.

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Friday Links - 12/20/08

Mickey McManus
December 20, 2008 in Articles

Books for the holidays, the Onion’s version of the Geobrowser, Caractacus Potts, the fabled “Z” dimension, a year full of ideas, the sweet smell of a Whopper, Brian Eno makes an iPhone app to help you sleep, and of course the Evil Dead musical.

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Friday Links - 12/12/08

Mickey McManus
December 14, 2008 in Articles

The true cost of the twelve days of Christmas, 5 things that will change our lives, the problem with “Just in Time,” a true prince, radical knitting, brain pictures, and a flying nun chair… all while my ukulele gently weeps.

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It Wasn't The Manifesto I Was Expecting

David Bishop
December 7, 2008 in Articles

A short review of a book on Activity Centered Design, with a bit of a rant thrown in (sorry; couldn’t help myself), followed by a few quick pointers about good iterative design practice.

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Friday Links - 12/05/08

Mickey McManus
December 5, 2008 in Articles

Two book reviews, a musical instrument made out of the pictures you draw as you draw them, Elvis’ new spectacles, a little sugar, a mystery man, and some beautiful hype.

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Friday Links - 11/28/08

Mickey McManus
November 30, 2008 in Articles

Tutoring kids, white castles of joy, Bruce Lee, active video objects, diagrammatical excess, Lessig on Rose, and a story of rags to riches in Bollywood.

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Friday Links - 11/21/08

Mickey McManus
November 21, 2008 in Articles

Why super capacitors are better than batteries for some things (if you can afford them), a dancing moustache, Jeff Han’s conspiracy, James T is a teenage rebel, the Coen brothers tell stories, Proust was a Neuroscientist, and that is not Milwaukee.

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A Little Ditty about "Innovation"

David Bishop
November 19, 2008 in Articles

Dave Bishop attends The Technology Collaborative’s annual meeting last night where, amidst random hors d’oeuvres and other presentations, he heard Rob Daley from Thorley Industries speak on how his company does business.

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Friday Links - 11/14/08

Mickey McManus
November 15, 2008 in Articles

Minority reports, the muppets, your new girlfriend, new money, a book that shows you how to do everything, muybridge lives, Rod Serling we hardly new ye, and a collection of blackboard diagrams from mathematicians to musicians.

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What is the value of steampunk?

November 12, 2008 in Articles

Lately, we’ve all been privy to the reemergence of steampunk from the ashes of dormant retro-asethetics. Even The New York Times recently cited steampunk as a hot new trend. Before we rush to embrace a new wave of emerging art and culture though, we need to ask ourselves: what is the value of steampunk beyond another marketing tool?

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Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh

November 7, 2008 in Articles

Mick spoke to business school students about how the key principles of design thinking can be applied to business challenges, and how MAYA is using them not only to create more satisfying user experiences but also to drive change in traditional, product-centered organizations.

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Friday Links - 10/24/08

Mickey McManus
October 26, 2008 in Articles

A short film on the electoral process, x-rays from scotch tape, the secret behind helping kids excel in life, how much time it takes to be really good at something, and 10 bucks worth of sharpies.

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Why Jeff's Head Works

Christopher DeMarco
October 21, 2008 in Articles

Jeff has a wooden head. It sits behind his desk, and sometimes people talk to it.

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Friday Links - 10/17/08 (ish)

Mickey McManus
October 19, 2008 in Articles

Post-it cheat sheets, the remix economy, zapping zoom, boolean hyper-realism, bomb sniffing laundrymat, and a new way to sketch in 3-d.

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Friday Links - 10/10/08

Mickey McManus
October 12, 2008 in Articles

A visit to one of my favorite streets (don’t be afraid of all the words, they like you), shared paper, the financial crisis as told to a 14 year old, an amazing home library, and yes, finally, a vending machine for men (err women).

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Friday Links - 10/03/08

Mickey McManus
October 4, 2008 in Articles

Heavy week, light collection of links. Warren Buffett with some timely comments on the economy, architecture as special effect, a museum dashboard, a nice take away, and a quantum of solace.

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Friday Links - 9/25/08

Mickey McManus
September 27, 2008 in Articles

Fun with magnets, stunning photographs of books, curious experiments in pay for performance, cat 5 compliant wedding rings, and an inside look at the future? of magazines (and every other surface the geeks can get their hands on).

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Confessions of a Sort of Luddite

Susan Salis
September 21, 2008 in Articles

I never thought I’d end up working at a company like MAYA— at least not for the nearly 16 years I’ve been here! It’s not that I have anything against MAYA. It’s a really cool place with really cool and smart people I like a lot. It’s just that in one way, I’m an anomaly.

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Friday Links - 9/12/08

Mickey McManus
September 13, 2008 in Articles

Being a bird, alive, silly, human, and potentially ground beef. Plus don’t miss a new form of text entry and tips for collecting humans.

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Friday Links - 9/05/08

Mickey McManus
September 6, 2008 in Articles

English language is a mess, trusting what we see, what it feels like to make code, pointillist telepresence, an operating system about nothing, and as we may (or may not have enough time to) think.

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Friday Links - 8/29/08

Mickey McManus
August 30, 2008 in Articles

Light leftly longingly lately lamentable links lie in wait…

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MAYA Design Hires Education Director to Lead Venture Devoted to Fostering Design Literacy

August 25, 2008 in Articles

MAYA Design, which has been developing a suite of design-education products and services, has named Chris Pacione, previously with BodyMedia, Inc., Director of Advanced Development, Education. Pacione will lead a venture devoted to the emerging need for design thinking in organizations.

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Friday Links - 8/22/08

Mickey McManus
August 23, 2008 in Articles

The National Attention Deficit, Summer Songs, a visit to the Uncanny Valley, Muons for Mayans, and the Last Supper.

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Friday Links - 8/15/08

Mickey McManus
August 16, 2008 in Articles

Watch a wonderful animation that brings John Lennon’s words to life, wonder at a new computing method that makes bad videos better (and reminds us why we can’t trust what we see anymore at all), and listen to the Irrepressibles haunting sounds… and of course the usual detritus of a week on the web.

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Brainstorm devastates small community. Leaders weep.

August 15, 2008 in Articles

Forecasters predicted last week that a Category 5 Brainstorm would sweep through the halls of a local community of business people just south of making their quarterly numbers. Unfortunately nobody heard the warnings and many were left unprepared for the tragic loss of useful thinking that resulted.

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Friday Links - 8/08/08

Mickey McManus
August 10, 2008 in Articles

The opening ceremony, Britain from above, David Bryne is in a valley of robots, Michel has a comic book, tracking the last hope, and EamesPunk finally has a manifesto.

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We seem to be a verb.

August 9, 2008 in Articles

R. Buckminster Fuller used to answer the question of what he was and did by saying “I am not a noun, I seem to be a verb.” Bucky was a Design Scientist (architect, engineer, inventor) who treated himself as an experiment to see how much one person could do in his lifetime on behalf of humanity.

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Info-centric Imagery

Magesh Balasubramanya
August 9, 2008 in Articles

A decade or two ago, the global marketplace to share ideas and opinions was the venerable Bulletin Boards and Newsgroups. The predominant mode for such sharing of diverse ideas was plain text. Fast forward to the 21st century.

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Friday Links - 8/1/2008

Mickey McManus
August 4, 2008 in Articles

A light week in linkland apparently the tubes are slowing down for the summer heat. Visit the Toaster Museum, learn about Dr. Horrible , and stare in wonder at the Super Collider…

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Pervasive Computing - A Primer: Part 1

Mickey McManus
July 30, 2008 in Articles

What’s in a name?

Ubiquitous computing, ubicomp, context aware computing, whatever you call it the basic idea is the same. Somehow we have to use the physical world to help “Tame” the complexity that is rapidly overwhelming us all.

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Friday Links - 7/26/2008

Mickey McManus
July 26, 2008 in Articles

A few links from our overseas trip, jetpacks?, Feist, and a snippet of Ms. Portman as an Octopus.

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MAYA Launches Rhiza Labs

April 24, 2008 in Articles

The MAYA Group has launched Rhiza Labs, LLC, a software company that builds web-based applications to unify community information and improve decision- making in the public sector.

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Video of Rhiza's Google Tech Talk Available

April 15, 2008 in Articles

On April 15th, 2008 Rhiza Labs CEO, Josh Knauer and CTO, Mike Higgins along with conservation scientist Tosha Comendant presented an overview of the Databasin.org project and shared their insights on the challenges of how to create incentives for people to share public GIS data.

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People Do Matter

Terry Pronko
April 25, 2007 in Articles

People ask me why I’ve stayed at MAYA for almost 10 years and part of the reason is that we’re treated well. For instance, we had a woman at MAYA that, after giving birth to her first baby, wasn’t ready to come back to work and put her son in daycare after our six week paid leave (and yes, that’s for moms and dads!). We looked at the problem like any other that we’d work on for one of our clients – what creative solution could we come up with to get her back to work, give her some transition time with her son, keeping in mind that we had 4 more moms and dads that were expecting new babies over the next year? The Babies In The Workplace Policy was born (pun intended!).

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The Vision of MAYA

Kevin Hoffmann
September 25, 2006 in Articles

When I joined MAYA in November of 1997, I was excited by the ideas of new challenges, working on all types of user interfaces. I had found myself in previous jobs building user interfaces (a voice response application, an interface to compile large mainframe applications and run regression tests). During my first week I had a meeting with Peter Lucas, one of the founders of MAYA, to gain some insight into what MAYA is and what they were doing with Visage and Interstacks. After a couple of hours of Pete diagramming things on a whiteboard, talking in what seemed like a foreign language (it sounded like English, but with a bunch of odd words like ‘uforms’, ‘repositories’, ‘transducers’, etc.) I went home that night and wondered if I was in over my head.

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Ad-Hoc Usability Testing

David Bishop
May 24, 2006 in Articles

We at MAYA have been interested for a while about the differences between usability tests where the tasks are well-defined beforehand and those that use a looser structure; where the user has greater autonomy to explore the interface or the product.

Observing the user while they’re allowed to explore a system on their own has merit — after all, they won’t have a usability test moderator telling them what task to do next when they’re using the system in earnest. On the other hand, if there’s no structure to the test, a participant may not encounter many areas of the user interface, or it may take more users to get complete coverage of a system.

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Users, how they make my day!

May 3, 2006 in Articles

As a Design Anthropologist there is nothing more rewarding and invigorating than getting to observe and/or engage users on a personal level. Don’t get me wrong, I love the design aspects of what I do; translating research into design decisions, innovation and ideation, designing and building concepts and prototypes, or exposing the underlying information architecture of complex systems. All of that design work is rewarding, but there is something that is so viscerally appealing about engaging real users. Sure, it’s not the same as being involved in protest marches that help overthrow a South American government, or skinny dipping in the Napo Valley River Basin, but damn, it can be just as exciting.

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