TCLP 2009-01-28 Interview: Celeste Lyn Paul

This is a feature cast.

I forget to mention that the folks who run the superb EFF track at Dragon*Con have a new web site. You can find archival audio and video from last year and this will be the first place to find programming information for this year. They will post links to older archival material as it becomes available.

There is no hacker word of the week this week due to the length of the interview.

The feature this week is an interview with usability expert and interaction architect, Celeste Lyn Paul. Here is the link to her discussion and research in response to the Canonical notification proposal. We also discussed the KDE project, specifically the KDE usability project, and the open usability project.

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Grab the detailed show notes with time offsets and additional links either as PDF or OPML.

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