Archives for October 2006
“Getting Real” offers striking, plausible recommendations for building successful software. Several of their arguments would also support the idea that usable apps should cater to cognitive styles. Read more….
A today’s newspaper article complains about the current financial promotion policy that divides universities into those with research and those that merely serve a cost-effective (i. e. lowbrow) training. It causes thinking about the underlying concept of learning and knowledge. Read more….
Explaining blogs or other collaboration/ personal productivity tools is not easy. Often, they are a mixture of similar ones. Here is my attempt. Read more….