From the San Franciscio Chronicle Humor Dept. yesterday:
“Google Inc. announced today yet another partnership with NASA in which the Mountain View search giant will collaborate with the much smaller government agency on the search for extraterrestrial life.
Said Sergey Brin, the aging Google founder and co-owner of Australia, “We’ve developed an algorithm that not only searches your desktop, your refrigerator and your sock drawer, but will also transcend the space-time continuum and probe the far depths of the universe in search of like-minded, overachieving life forms that can’t sit still for six minutes at a time.”
Google, running out of intelligent life forms to hire here on Earth, is hoping the new endeavor will unearth a new pool of talent for the 7 billion-square-foot campus it is building on its half of the moon.”
Jakob Nielsen makes very good points in his list of the top 10 weblog usability mistakes. If you’re a blogger, ask yourself honestly how much of these mistakes you’re repeating – maybe you’ll find it’s time you do something about it. In a nut-shell, the top design mistakes are:
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