Calling All Designers: Learn to Write! I only partially agree with him, but the sentiment is right on the money. For me, everyone in the process should have something intelligent to say about everyone else’s area of expertise.
Archives for May 2006
an extended excerpt of the new book, “Lapdogs: How the Press Rolled Over for Bush,” by Eric Boehlert. It’s a scathing critique of the media’s handling of the run up to the Iraq war. Well worth a read, particularly the parts about Judith Miller at the NYTimes.
or Livejournal, and apparently I don’t read many sites using either service because I didn’t notice that there was a huge outage for both of them a day or so ago. Six Apart, the company who runs those services, said simply that it was the victim of a massive DDoS attack. Jason Levine has done a little digging, though, and he found that underneath it all there’s a really interesting story involving an anti-spam operation (which uses questionable tactics), spammers trying to fight back, and what seems to have been a really bad decision: The dishonor of Blue Security.