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Dunning-Kruger Effect: Something’s Wrong but You’ll Never Know What It Is Part 1

A fascinating read about the Dunning-Kruger Effect, which to my observation is enjoying somewhat of a heyday in certain circles. I see reference to it everywhere…well here is an interview with David Dunning, the one who originally thought of it. “There have been many psychological studies that tell us what we see and what we […]

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A good problem to have | Mike Industries

Mike Davidson rightly points out why iPhone/iPad apps are often better than their web counterparts. It also amuses me when people talk about two things in particular with regard to the iPhone and iPad. First, how much better some companies’ iPhone apps are than their web sites, as if the company is somehow so much […]

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Apple Removes Rate on Delete for Apps in iPhone 4 – Mac Rumors

Apple is removing a much-maligned social feature from its iPhone software: Developers will be pleased to learn that Apple has removed a controversial "Rate on Delete" feature from iPhone 4. Starting in iPhone 2.2, when a user deleted an App from their iPhone, the operating system would ask the user to rate a App using […]

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Scott Adams on Curiosity

Curiosity is one of the most underrated phenomena in the world. It’s ironic that people aren’t more curious about curiosity. It’s a powerful thing. For example, if you ever wondered if someone is attracted to you, the answer lies in curiosity. If someone asks personal questions about your past, your plans, your likes and dislikes, […]

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The Undesirable Middle

James Surowiecki on how companies without a clear focus on either the high end or low end are in trouble. As we move out of mass media (TV) as the primary way people learn about things into a web-driven era, this will probably hold true even more… For Apple, which has enjoyed enormous success in […]

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Are You Fun to Follow on Twitter?

Over at Harvard Business Review, Tammy Erickson observes most tweets are not very interesting: Frankly, most people’s tweets are neither interesting nor fun to read — certainly not on a daily or hourly basis. Many, not at all. I say this with no condemnation, since I admit mine are pretty lousy, too. And I have […]

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Five User Experience Trends

Since my blog has been broken a lot recently I missed this excellent overview of Five User Experience trends by Gene Smith. I can’t help but agree with all of them: Services as Software – Gene is one of the first people in the UX industry to admit that good enough, fast and cheap tools […]

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Google: Forms & Landing Pages are Key

Why forms are probably the most important part of your website.

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Dreamers of Day

A gem of an idea from Lawrence of Arabia.

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