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monday morning briefing

September 23, 2007 Leave a comment Go to comments

I don’t pretend to put reading/viewing lists together even semi-reliably, but there seems to be quite a bit of good stuff out there this late on a Sunday evening. Here you go:

Laughing Squid points to this excellent example of an illustrated experience: the folks at Common Craft explain how Google Docs works.

My colleague Dan shows off his most recent opus: How to Lie with Design Research.

City of Sound points to this excellent video interview from AIA regarding San Francisco’s new Federal Building. As CoS points out, the emphasis on after-action evaluation of how the building is being used by tenants is both refreshing and potentially groundbreaking.

Our friends at Ning are celebrating 100,000 easily created social networks. Mark draws attention to how Ning looks at network segmentation, and actually spins the “built one, played with it, forgot it” nature of many of those 100k pretty effectively.

Adam Greenfield reads the Sunday Times’ Style section and asks himself the same question I do whenever I make the same mistake: “Who the hell are these people?”

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