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Sunday, October 05, 2003

Thinking Shneiderman

The gang at Older Wiser Wired (OWW), AARP's community of practice advocating web usability for older adult audiences, has published an interview with Ben Shneiderman. Shneiderman is the founding director of the Human-Computer Interaction Lab at The University of Maryland (1983-2000), and author of the book Leonardo's Laptop - Human Needs and the New Computing Technologies. The interview coincides with Shneiderman's free-to-the-public discussion on Universal Usability this Tuesday, October 7th at AARP Headquarters. I'll be making the commute down to DC to take in the event with wife Amy, who is part of the OWW gang (which I'm joining next month). I'll try to moblog the event and lunch if I have a GPRS signal.

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mike you should read the report we just finished on syncrhonous collaboration. i think i might have mentioned that we got to work with a research associate at virginia tech's center for human-computer interaction. his insights were unreal. its worth a read. i'll send it along.

Posted by: jenny hayes at Oct 8, 2003 5:19:18 PM