Archive for May, 2006

Following the crumbs

Wednesday, May 31st, 2006

Breadcrumb navigation: you know those links across the top of a page with (usually) pointy characters between them that help indicate your level in the site hierarchy or the path you took to get where you got — do they work? Do site visitors use them or ignore them? Angela Colter and colleagues from the […]

Blog or be old

Friday, May 19th, 2006

Economist.com has posted an article on blogging exploring not only what the definition is — for example, Dave Winer’s purist definition: “the unedited voice of a single person” — but the social implications of where blogging is taking us. “At first, I saw it as about publishing; now I see it more as a revolutionary […]