Monthly Archives: May 2009

Enterprise architecture as strategy – a bridge between IT and business. Relevant?

via amazon.com Ross, Weill and Robertson take a top down, strategic view of the enterprise architecture space. I like this broad scope and extremely practical view of how successful enterprises implement and view IT. In short the book brings IT to… Continue reading

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The mobile internet will change us more than we think – my talk from CeBIT Australia 2009

http://www.slideshare.net/michaelharriescitrix/today-mobile-internet-tomorrow-what I’d love to hear your thoughts. Michael Continue reading

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The Demise of ???Form Follows Function??? – NYTimes.com

NEW YORK ??? If there was a (booby) prize for the most misused design clich??, a firm favorite would be ???form follows function,??? with ???less is more??? coming a close second. Skip to next paragraph Emotiv Tan Le, co-founder and president of Emotiv, with… Continue reading

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This is a thing that i found while looking at lifestreaming…. yongfook love your work!

via zygote.egg-co.com came to the egg.co blog by yongfook from yongfook’s lifestream sweetcron – and i think he/she’s the developer of sweetcron which is moving fast up the list of today i decide on what platform to focus on! what i love here is t… Continue reading

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The Brain That Changes Itself – tour of brain plasticity research – I see implications for how new technologies change us.

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Don’t Make Me Think! — the best book on usability I’ve come across for a long time.

via amazon.com Not just for web apps. “Don’t make me think” is most appropriate for (1) occasional/rare use apps and webpages (2) frequent use ‘utility’ style software. There’s also a good argument that the same principles should be kept in mind f… Continue reading

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iPhone:8% of smartphone market, 43% of mobile Web requests! Any bets on how this looks in a year?

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