Got to keep up with the web. Here is a collection of pages I've bookmarked.
The Elevator Test
Can you describe what you are doing and why to the end user? True not only for coders but anyone working on a product (not all develoeprs are like that described in the example conversation...)
Log in systems
There is quite a lot of debate over log in systems at the moment - UIE covers it rather nicely
iTunes the ugly hub?
iTunes is now doing a lot more than it was originally planned to (SoundJam) - so is it time for an overhaul?
PHP v Ruby on Rails
One persons perspective on why he went back to PHP, but with more knowledge than he left with
WebJam social networking
I am not one for the online social networking scene - but these guys look like they do it well. And use their own lightbox version of Alert
Amazon UI update
The traditional and well known Amazom menu bar is about to see an update
Truely inspired sculptures powered by the wind
The media groups were prepared to boycott reporting of the Rugby World Cup due to overly tight restrictions. Next step - scores and fixtures feeds - well, one can hope...
Multi-touch interfaces come to the masses (interesting menu UI on the iPod site as well)
A nice little demo of transforming (rather than augmenting) a persons vision
Microsoft have just realeased their new cross platform API - Silverlight v AIR - goodie!
Oliver from iA considers the new Toyota site