Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Sources for Articles

I heard some feedback after class last week about people wondering where to find good articles. I have a few suggestions that I'm offering in this post.

I also want to remind everyone that you should be writing about why the article you've selected is relevant to class. What's interesting about it? What connects it to information design, or some part of the future direction of the Web or Internet that makes you choose it?

You don't really need to include an article summary, per se. You can just refer to the piece as you discuss its relevance.

With no further ado, here are some sources that you may find interesting, or may already use:

Financial Times Digital Business Section

InfoDesign: Understanding by Design


New York Times Technology Section





If you have a special interest in issues about privacy, intellectual property, and ethical uses of technology, then the following sites might lead you good places:

Creative Commons

Electronic Frontier Foundation

Electronic Privacy Information Center

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