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Business Design Usability

Really bad design versus very good programming

Originally posted on Always-On As a designer and a programmer, I get to see things from a pretty unique position. And as a business owner, my view is sometimes a lofty one, coloured by the varying issues that I need to keep in mind when engaging in a project. Within each project, there is a […]

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Blogging Communication

Move along now, there’s nothing to see

I’ve heard a lot of people talking about ‘blogging and the suggestion that it’s the true emancipation of the decimation of information. While that might sound like some lyric from a 80’s protest rap song, it’s certainly covers some of the positives of ‘blogging. With an opinion and a ‘blog, someone can publicize their thoughts […]

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Apple Science & Physics Technology

Tech’ news in brief…

Windmills in the Sky: “Australian engineer Bryan Roberts wants to build a power station in the sky — a cluster of flying windmills soaring 15,000 feet in the air — but is having trouble raising enough money to get the project off the ground. After 25 years of research, Roberts has designed a helicopter-like rotorcraft […]

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Review Technology

Product Review: SonyEricsson T610

I’ve had my SonyEricsson T610 at least six months now, and I have to say, I’m quite impressed. I don’t ask too much of mobile phone, I’m not into all of the ring tones, polyphonic tunes and the like. I have simple needs and I’m no longer a teenager, so I like to keep things […]

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Entertainment Technology

Tech’ news in brief…

Hollywood seeks iTunes for film: “At the Digital Hollywood conference–a three-day event that began Wednesday–media executives including Arrieta ruminated on ongoing hurdles to giving consumers access to unlimited films, TV shows and multimedia on a range of devices, anywhere at anytime. They agreed that issues surrounding digital rights management, consumer adoption, and simple and compatible […]