April 2004

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Dibbel’s Money

For the last year or more, JULIAN DIBBELL’s “Play Money” Blog detailed how he spent a great deal of time in virtual environs making real money from virtual possessions. And I didn’t find it until now.

I finally finished dragging my rear enough to finish a review of Mike Kuniavsky’s Boxes and Arrows: Observing the User Experience: A Practitioner’s Guide to User Research, and it’s posted at that link on the Boxes and Arrows website now.

Bush Began to Plan War Three Months After 9/11 (washingtonpost.com)

Here’s the quote that I heard on NPR this morning that I just couldn’t believe I was actually hearing:

Asked by Woodward how history would judge the war, Bush replied: “History. We don’t know. We’ll all be dead.”