- Appropriate for the time of year ::: 4 UX Lessons I Learned Playing with Toys | UX Magazine
4 UX Lessons I Learned Playing with Toys | UX Magazine
Around the same time I became a father, I was just entering the UX world, trying to figure out, how to make my product, Wideo, understandable, easy to use, and intuitive. I’m a huge toy fan and was...
- Yeah, it's like that.
- Students from Hermon High School visited today to work with the Web Design Content Layer class for Hour of Code.
NESCom to take part in Hour of Code with area students
BANGOR, Maine – Husson University’s New England School of Communications and College of Business will once again be participating in the Hour of Code, an international program designed to give students a hands-on experience in computer programming. Students from Hermon High School will visit the cam…
- Happy Birthday to our own Laura Gurney!
- Is Google Glass Dying? http://buff.ly/1xpJqMt
Is Google Glass Dying?
Google Glass was supposed to be the eyewear of the future, but that future sounds pretty grim--at least if you read Reuters' latest report on the cyborg-like eyewear.
- A very big day for NetNeutrality. http://www.whitehouse.gov/net-neutrality
President Obama's asking the FCC to keep the Internet open and free
Share the President's plan to protect net neutrality → http://wh.gov/net-neutrality
One-Third of Top Websites Restrict Customers’ Right to Sue
Buried in the dense legalese of terms-of-service rules is language restricting users’ recourse if things go wrong, an Upshot analysis finds.
This Google Motherboard Means Trouble for Intel | WIRED
It's not just that people are buying iPads and Android phones built with low-power ARM processors instead of PCs and phones and tablets powered by Intel chips--the main reason for the Chandler plant was put on hold. It's that the big online companies, including Google and Facebook and Amazon, are no…
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