Monthly Archives: September 2014

APPosite Concerns

I’ve started another book project: APPosite Concerns is in the same series as, and is somehow a sequel to, APPropriate Behaviour. So now I just have one question to ask. What is going to be in the book? This question … Continue reading

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Apple’s Watch and Jony’s Compelling Beginning

There are a whole lot of constraints that go into designing something. Here are the few I could think of in a couple of minutes: what people already understand about their interactions with things what people will discover about their … Continue reading

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Sitting on the Sidelines

Thank you, James Hague, for your article You Can’t Sit on the Sidelines and Become a Philosopher. I got a lot out of reading it, because I identified myself in it. Specifically in this paragraph: There’s another option, too: you … Continue reading

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