My Musings

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Netflix Culture: Freedom & Responsibility

I came across this Quora today and it again reminded me how much I enjoyed this reading this pack from…

behavior-model
August 24, 2011
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BJ Fogg and the science of Behaviour Design

Last week I was lucky enough to attend a workshop facilitated by Dr BJ Fogg around how to make people do whatever…

sidestep
June 10, 2011
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AMPlify: Sidestep and Twist – Why innovation fails

Why are Amex and Visa popular when Diners Club was first to market with the credit card? How did Apple…

launch48

Launch48 Melbourne – Hacking together a webapp for fun and profit

Earlier this month over 50 developers, designers, marketers, managers and entrepreneurs came together to participate in the inaugural Melbourne Launch48 event. I caught…

ie9demo
September 17, 2010
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#ie9launch Party / Review

Despite it’s commanding lead in the browser market, it’s been a long time since IE was considered the hardcore users choice for performance, features, speed, or usability. Generally most power users will use IE once – following a fresh install of Windows, so they can download Firefox. So does IE9 represent a compelling enough offering to restore it as your daily driver? In short, quiet possibly.