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jakob nielsen on teenagers’ internet skills

Below is a little info about young folks’, er, I mean, the Google Generation’s internet habits. So we don’t have to worry that teenagers are the massively multitasking clickaholic freaks that we feared we have to keep up with? Now … Continue reading

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finally found the pause button for iriver ifp 899 – sort of

Yes, I still use an iRiver IFP to record podcasts and other sounds on the go. It gives you very decent quality, doesn’t cost much, lets you use a line-in mic, and packs really small and light for those impromptu … Continue reading

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Is your website ineffective? find out, then do some hallway testing…

This introdcuction to finding out whether your website is ineffective comes from Vincent Flanders (Web Pages that Suck) via Kathy Sierra (Creating Passionate Users): http://www.nonprofittips.com/is-my-web-site-ineffective-an-introduction/ From the same blog entry by Kathy, this site lets you submit a page for … Continue reading

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