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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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Oh, and Hey. An RSS Feed. Posted on 08/01/2002.

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heh. and to think, Lane said you couldn't do it...
Posted by matt @ 08/02/2002 04:00 AM PST [link to this comment]

Yay! Just yesterday, I was playing around with Ben Brown's RSS Monkey and I was looking for a feed of Peterme. I bet it was just a few hours before you posted this. Thanks P.Me!
Posted by Brad @ 08/02/2002 08:30 AM PST [link to this comment]

Posted by rcade @ 08/04/2002 01:53 PM PST [link to this comment]

Doctype, doctype, doctype. You really oughta include one; otherwise computers have to belong to a special elite club in order to understand it. Good to see the feed, though; thanks for making the web a little more Semantic.
Posted by trav @ 08/05/2002 09:29 AM PST [link to this comment]

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