1. Why not try it without AI first
    I start playing with a(nother) new service that offers to make it easy to collect your online presence in one spot. It offers AI to populate fields.
  2. Human-centred design might destroy us
    Human-centred design seems wonderful on paper. It’s helped lots of people and its benefits are so easy to see. Unfortunately, its popularity and wide-spread practice might lead to our extinction.
  3. On the joy of watching experts work
    Trying to share the sheer joy I derive from watching Stewart Lee’s comedy, I found it easier to describe the experience of watching another expert practitioner.
  4. There are still amazing things out there
    This morning I got to see something I never could have imagined actually existed. It gave me so much joy that I spent the next few hours just allowing the world to amaze me. Sometimes wonderful things from 40 years ago can also be brand new. (Warning: contains references to pop culture figures and works that might induce nostalgia.)
  5. Delightful Associations
    I might see something out in the world. It triggers a gentle, pleasant, mental warmth, released by a fond memory.