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When I started Inventing Interactive, at the beginning of the year, I had no posts planed and no idea of how long I’d do it. It’s hard to believe that, with this, I’ve done 119 posts. It’s been a lot of fun, and I’m looking forward to keeping at it for a while. Stay tuned, I’m sure there’ll be some good stuff coming up.
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But this post isn’t only forward looking. Here are a few previous that I think are worth revisiting…
- Muriel Cooper: Information Landscapes — Muriel was my advisor and mentor at the MIT Media Lab. Her vision was remarkable, and 16 years later, is still inspiring.
- Remembering Quokka — This remarkable firm’s data-driven sports websites were amazing.
- Interview: Neil Huxley (Art Director, Avatar) — Neil talks about the design behind Avatar’s super-cool 3D interfaces.
- iPhones and Mobile Charity — The state of giving via mobile apps.
- Music Notation and Play — A look at a handful of recent music apps.
- MoodLogic: Magnet Browser — There’s no reason I can’t talk about my own projects, right?
Thank you for reading!