Noteworthy, SXSW edition
~ 12 March 2007 ~
Yes, I’m totally bummed I couldn’t make it to SXSW due to illness. Thank you to all who have sent well-wishings. I’ve heard from Jason and Rob, as well as attendees, that our (their) session on Saturday was a success. I had no doubt they’d be able to pull it off without me, despite getting news about my illness just 24 hours prior to speaking.
Anyhow, below is a collection of stuff noted in the last week or so. Please enjoy responsibly.
You can thank Jesse.
New York Times:
…industry analysts have said that the Apple phone will force the industry to shift its focus from hardware to software design.
“Test any website and see real-time if it’s censored in China.”
Detailed results from Wondermill Webworks’ quest to find a designer using several targeted job boards, as told by Aaron Dragushan. Cost per qualified applicant was higher with Authentic Jobs than a couple others but ultimately helped them find the final hire.
Dirty as in distressed, that is.
I had a small part in helping shape the design of this site, but ultimately MSU Law web developer Steven Klukowski deserves all credit.
Great way to format one’s resume/CV without PDF or Word doc. I’d like to see more like this.
Seems to be a del.icio.us for mobile, with site previewing and a personalized mobile home page. Available presently only in the U.S.
Tappity is a user driven site where you discover, rate, and suggest mobile-friendly web pages for viewing on phones and PDAs. In addition, you can save favorite items to a mobile homepage that’s personalized just for you.
Other notable sites spotted recently:
Stock photography, type, and killer tees. Genuinely recommended by Authentic Boredom.
Authentic Boredom is the platitudinous web home of Cameron Moll, designer, author, and speaker. More…
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