Monthly Archives: June 2008

Web Usability panel

I just got home from a presentation organised by WebGuild which was a panel discussion on web usability.  Met lots of interesting people of course, but the highlight for me was of course hearing Tom Chi, Jeremy Ashley, and David … Continue reading

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“Social layer” vs “Social network”

This afternoon we (Trovix) released Trovix Connect, the new version of our Trovix job portal. (incidentally, we’ve been using that as internal name well before Google Friend Connect and Facebook Connect!) I feel like we’ve kind of jumped on the … Continue reading

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Spamming users

One of the great things about Australia is we have a very strong department in the government called the ACCC.  The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission does a great job of keeping things fair in Australia between businesses and consumers.  … Continue reading

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Silicon Valley pictures

Some photos from around the Silicon Valley area.  Apologies for the quality, but they’re all from the iPhone. The Computer History Museum presents – the original Utah teapot: The Crittendon end of the Google campus – you can see NASA … Continue reading

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Bubble 2.0

Annoying parodies aside, this is pretty spot-on. [youtube:]

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