September 10, 2005

The last you'll hear about it.

Bloglines *is* picking up my Sandbox RSS Feed. Thank you and good night.

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September 09, 2005

Bloglines still not picking up Sandbox RSS feed

Even though the feed for Sandbox is current:

When you subscribe to it via Bloglines, it doesn't update. I have no idea why.

A different feed does seem to be working in Bloglines:

Which is fine, I guess, but I was hoping to route everything through feedburner.

Ah, fucking modern technology.

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Stupid Technology - RSS Wonkiness on "Sandbox"

So, now I'm seeing that Bloglines is not properly updating my Designing for the Sandbox feed. I don't know how it is being treated in other feed clients. If you're viewing Sandbox in RSS and haven't seen my "Economics of the sandbox" or "RSS feed fixed" posts, then you're not getting the updated feeds either. If this is the case, please let me know (peterme @ peterme dot com).

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September 08, 2005

"Designing for the Sandbox" RSS Feed fixed.

I received complaints from a number of folks that the RSS feed for my new site, "Designing for the Sandbox," was broken. I believe it is now fixed. Here's the feed URL.

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Mobile made headscratching.

Winksite's tag line is "mobile made simple," but when I got to it's homepage, all I see is complexity.


This reminds me of Professor Maeda's post, comparing the evolution of the Yahoo and Google home pages.

True simplicity is remarkably difficult to achieve. And you don't get there through taglines.

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September 07, 2005

JJG and Peter and the UX Throwdown at AIGA Boston, September 16, 2005

JJG and I will be appearing Live! on stage! at AIGA's national conference in Boston, in our two-man show, "Is User Experience Dead?" (4:30-5:30pm, Room 312). (My answer: "yes." His answer: "no.") We're imagining something out of Punch and Judy, or American Gladiators. Whatever it is, walloping will occur!

This also means, by association, that I will be in Boston for the conference. And the AIGA ain't my normal crowd. So if you'll be in attendance, and interested in meeting up, lemme know. (Email care of peterme AT peterme DOT com).

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September 06, 2005

Web 2.0 as utopia, and a new weblog

danah's recent post inspired me to respond. And that response ("Web 2.0 as Utopia") is not here on, but on a new weblog, Designing for the Sandbox.

I realized I wanted to track and comment on Web 2.0 (and related) discussions, and didn't want to do so in the context of this, my personal site. This is something of an experiment for me, and we'll see how it goes. If you're interested in that stuff, I suggest visiting there, as I won't be posting such stuff here any more.

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