Monthly Archives: July 2008

CUIL – A More Useful Search?

CUIL is a new search engine that’s been getting a lot of press these last few days because it’s different, it’s not Google, and it’s supposed to be a more useful tool. The premise is some ex-Googlers have decided to … Continue reading

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Usability Conferences & Seminars

Are you interested in getting the latest information on the field of usability and user-centered design? There’s a few conferences and seminars around that you might wish to check out. Here’s a list of a few you might want to … Continue reading

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CUA Central, A Usability Community

CUA Central, the Hangout for Certified Usability Analysts I don’t know about you, but I’m not much of a community nut. I don’t hang out at cool Blogger watering holes, I don’t go to cool clubs with a bunch of … Continue reading

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