Head over to TUG and check it out
New for January 2022: SI658 at the University of Michigan School of Information: the information architecture of spectacle
Was so nice to be hosted by AMUX. First time saying many of these ideas out loud!
Full text on the TUG website, not sure if there’s a recording!
5 Years→Research and descriptive bibliography focused on 5 years in the life and work of Richard Saul Wurman circa 1969-1974. Some of my work in progress is available through a blog I update intermittently. Architecture And Lou Are OneLong-form interview … Continue reading
Please feel free to purchase the chapter I wrote for Reframing Information Architecture. I assure you I receive exactly zero dollars for each $40 PDF. Abstract: On what basis can and ought one assess the relative merits of a given … Continue reading
I just ordered a copy of Reframing Information Architecture, a new academic textbook style publication from Springer edited by Andrea Resmini. The book compiles work originally presented in a pre-conference workshop in Baltimore for the IA Summit. It features chapters written … Continue reading
@RonaldOnTheRoad… “@danklyn: quite possibly the most important human question, ever: how am I doing, wonder? pic.twitter.com/3ebrNG04” — Red Beard (@AhSinistrah) January 19, 2013 The highest to which man can attain is wonder; and if the prime phenomenon makes him … Continue reading
Landing Clean is a new write-up of a story I’ve told a few times but never before thought to capture in any particular words.