More on Vannevar Bush
Reaction to the news about Google buying Pyra has been varied and can be found all over the blogging realm. One of these commentaries stood out to me. Dennis G. Jerz, writes about Vannevar Bush and the Memex and the trail that weblogging is creating towards that vision. I find the discussion fascinating and some of the thoughts I had in my article on Bush and the memex for Boxes and Arrows are mirrored here in greater detail. Recent history of the weblogging phenomenon is also covered. Interesting.
Posted by erin at 04:47 PM | in Theory :: | Link
Modelling the Creative Organization
I recently published a another article at Boxes and Arrows. This time I wrote about my experiences with modelling an ideal organization. I'm hoping that my experience and the options we looked at and the rationale behind the models, will help others in a similar situation. I realized when I was working on this problem, that there really wasn't much out there specifically about the makeup of a creative group. Especially when it is within a large corporation like AOL.
Posted by erin at 01:00 PM | in Interaction Design :: | Link | Comments (1)
Asilomar Institute for Information Architecture v-2 interview
Posted by erin at 09:36 AM | in Information Architecture :: | Link