Some Links from "Ambient Findability"
I recently read Peter Morville's book Ambient Findability and found it completely fascinating. There is a kind of website at www.findability.org, however one of my frustrations was that there doesn't appear to be any resource with the links from the book. So I have started to assemble my own here.
- The 2004 version of findability.org
- The Lynch and Horton Web Style Guide (also known as the "Yale Web Style Guide") - referenced in Web Bloopers (Jeff Johnson), see the UI Wizards Homepage
- Stanford Web Credibility Guidelines referenced in Ambient Findability (Peter Morville)
- I Don't Care About Accessibility Jeff Veen (article)
- A Response to Clay Shirky's "The Semantic Web, Syllogism, and Worldview" Paul Ford
- Review of How Buildings Learn by Stewart Brand
- The Clock Of The Long Now (also Stewart Brand) - alternatively see The 10,000 Year Clock
- The Themes and metaphors in the semantic web discussion
- Article from The Economist In praise of clutter
- How Do People Organise Their Photographs?
- Landmarks for document retrieval
- Data Mountain (landmarks for retrieval)