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Farewell Stack Exchange

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I am no longer a part of Stack Exchange. I still have much literal and figurative stock in the success of Stack Exchange, of course, but as of March 1st I will no longer be part of the day to day operations of the company, or the Stack Exchange...
Farewell Stack Exchange

Are You a Woman in Tech Who Likes Fashion? Well, Get Ready to Justify It

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Before you buy that bag, consider how you're going to explain it at the office! (Photo: flickr.com/megleo) Many of the tech-talking ladies of Silicon Valley, like so many women with discretionary income to burn, love fashion. Only, if this New York Times piece--dubbed "Breaking Tech’s Fashion Taboo"--is any indication, they're not allowed...
Are You a Woman in Tech Who Likes Fashion? Well, Get Ready to Justify It

Review: Microsoft KIN, Part Three: Performance

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In looking at the Microsoft KIN, we've taken a look at the design of the KIN and the KIN's software.  In this last part of the review, we pull everything together and look at the KIN's performance. As was mentioned at the start, while the KIN is a Windows Phone...
Review: Microsoft KIN, Part Three: Performance
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It's Been A Year Since Microsoft Bought Yammer And Ballmer's Grand Vision Has Yet To Materialize (MSFT)

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Microsoft insists that things are going well for Yammer since Microsoft bought it for $1.2 billion a year ago this week.  The user base has grown by 55% to 8 million and sales of paid networks are up by 200%, it says, though Microsoft won't reveal the actual sales figure....
It's Been A Year Since Microsoft Bought Yammer And Ballmer's Grand Vision Has Yet To Materialize (MSFT)

Go Ask Grandma: How To Design For “Normals”

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Editor’s Note: This guest post is written by Nir Eyal (@nireyal) and Katy Fike, PhD (@innovate50). Katy is a gerontologist and partner at Innovate50 while Nir is a founder of two startups and blogs about technology and behavior design at nirandfar.com. As web watchers, entrepreneurs, and investors search for the next big thing,...
Go Ask Grandma: How To Design For “Normals”
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