Monthly Archives: July 2005

View from my window

Looking towards the right from my living room window in San Francisco. Advertisements

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Thoughtful links

I’ll be in San Francisco tomorrow. Today is my last day in Chicago and in this apartment. Just finishing up the relocation process and thought I’d round up the links to interesting or thoughtful posts that I’d bookmarked over the … Continue reading

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CPH127 gets a facelift

A couple of days ago, I’d blogged about my upcoming conference call with Steve and Hans Henrik on improvements to CPH127. One of our recommendations (pleas? 😉 was to increase the size of the type as none of us was … Continue reading

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Ergonomics, BW and other thoughts

So I’m standing here typing with the keyboard and monitor on my chest of drawers and feeling a distinct twinge of carpal tunnel pain, quite sure that this stance is not helping me any yet I have no choice. The … Continue reading

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Core77 and BusinessWeek Online

At last! I can finally blurt out what I’ve been dying to talk about for some months now. BusinessWeek Online will launch a new channel late tomorrow night on the topic of design and innovation. And they’ve tapped Core77 to … Continue reading

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BusinessWeek and Fast Company

Changes are afoot at two of my frequent sources of information. Blogspotting over at BusinessWeek has a post on upcoming management changes that reflect the emphasis of BW’s future direction – BW Online and new ventures. While I can hazard an … Continue reading

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User centered blogging

Tomorrow, Hans Henrik H. Heming, Jakob Botter and Magnus Christensson (Copenhagen) founders of  CPH127 are conducting a Skype conference call on the topic of "Improvements to CPH127". Also in this discussion are Steve Portigal (San Francisco), myself (Chicago) and Jacques … Continue reading

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