Category Archives: internet technology

My new business blog richardboardman.com

I’ve setup a new blog richardboardman.com for my freelance UX research consultancy business. I’ll still keep posting personal stuff on travel, Hundi, inane stuff here. However, posts related to technology, user experience, usability and other “serious stuff” will be over … Continue reading

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Why I don’t believe facebook’s 500M users

Well, to be concise its not the number, but are they really claiming 500M people?

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PIM Workshop at CHI2008 – accepted papers

Accepted papers have been announced for the Personal Information Management workshop at CHI2008 in Florence. Loads of good stuff (see full list of accepted papers), but here’s a few highlights which caught my eye: “Evaluating Personal Information Management Using an … Continue reading

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One blog ain’t enough – for CHI2006

If you’re swinging by CHI2006, in person – or virtually, check out the other chi blog , set up by a few conference attendees including myself. We aim to provide an alternative to the official word (which is of course … Continue reading

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Baychi – Beyond Search: Social and Personal Ways of Finding Information

Here are my notes from the session: Beyond Search: Social and Personal Ways of Finding Information April 11, 2006 – PARC, Palo Alto – Neil Hunt, Netflix; David Porter, Live365; Tom Conrad, Pandora; Kevin Rose, Digg; Joshua Schachter, del.icio.us; Rashmi … Continue reading

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