When link lists attack!

* An open letter to Jakob Nielsen, from Design by Fire.

Let’s end vicious punditry and promote good design from day one of a product. You can’t bolt on usability.

* Syncato, a very cool, XML-based CMS that really shows what data-driven programming can do.

Kimbro Staken, its creator, wrote a good article about the design of his software for XML.com.

* Hypergene wanted RSS from Tidbits. They said their CMS didn’t grok RSS. Adrian gave them RSS… but no details on how he did it? Come on, Adrian we all want to know.

Edit 1:30 p.m.: I had to add this entry on The complexity principle, well written, well though out, and well worth reading.

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2 Responses to When link lists attack!

  1. Adrian says:

    It’s a secret. But it involves a programming language whose name begins with “P” and ends with “ython.”

  2. Chris Heisel says:

    Adrian, very cool! Chalk up another great use for the serpentine language 🙂

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