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Oakland, CA

American history around the time of the Revolution, figuring out how to marry top-down task-based information architecture processes with bottom-up document-based ones, finding a good dentist in San Francisco Oakland
Designing the user experience (interaction design, information architecture, user research, etc.), cognitive science, ice cream, films and film theory, girls, commuter bicycling, coffee, travel, theoretical physics for laypeople, single malt scotch, fresh salmon nigiri, hanging out, comics formalism, applied complexity theory, Krispy Kreme donuts.

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[Editor's note: began as a site of self-published essays, a la Stating The Obvious. This evolved (or devolved) towards link lists and shorter thoughtpieces. These essays are getting a tad old, but have some good ideas.]
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The cobbler's child gets a new pair of shoes. Posted on 04/22/2002.

Adaptive Path has launched a redesign of the website. It's pretty much a soup-to-nuts reworking, with new visual design, new sections, more content, etc.

Probably of most interest to peterme readers is the publishing of our inaugural essay, "Setting Priorities", a detailed explanation of a tool for prioritizing product feature development.

Of interest to The Weblog Community™, the site runs on Movable Type 2.0, modified by Ben Trott himself, turning it into a site-wide content management system.

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