Monthly Archives: November 2006

World Usability Day

Did you know that today was World Usability Day? No? Neither did I until an email landed in my inbox from Userfocus, a UK-based usability/accessibility consultancy. There’s a one-day event held in Nottingham today, with lots of interesting speakers. But … Continue reading

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Making The Most of Yourself

As an aspiring freelancer, soon to be cast adrift from corporate life, I’ve obviously been taking all opportunities to get advice on promoting my services and attracting clients. Three great posts have come to light in the past couple of … Continue reading

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Patronage And Other Musings

You may have noticed the “i’m patronising” badge on the side of this blog. What’s it all about? Well, Joe Clark has a big plan and he needs small donations towards keeping him fed, while he spends four months trying … Continue reading

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London 2.0 RC9

That sounds like a mouthful, but was actually a fun evening at the Old Bank of England, a wonderfully atmospheric pub in Fleet Street. It’s the first time Sheila and I had been to a “London 2.0” event, and we … Continue reading

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