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Friday, July 27, 2007

5 for Friday

In the art, design and user experience space today, I have the five following links for you to explore:

1 - Sarah Nelson a noted UX person from Adaptive Path
Sarah's site lead me to Tucker's

2 - You must visit this site and be SURE to read the comments. Priceless!

3 - I found this from Tucker's site:
Based in Los Angeles, Zero Degrees Art is the online presence of our art community. We consist of artists, curators, and critics. Everyone included on this site is connected to someone else. The name Zero Degrees comes from Stanley Milgram's phrase "Six Degrees of Separation" a term derived from his social experimentation. In the new millennium, degrees of separation have narrowed due to global communication and ease of travel, often the actual degrees of separation are much closer than you might think. Since we began this project, we have connected artists and curators, given art writers a forum, and helped promote emerging artists. Through this website, we invite you to join our discussion, discover new emerging artists, and network with each other.

4 - I lost track of how I found this, maybe from something else with Sarah.

5 - and finally, to prove (again) the point that you to not need to travel far to find what you need. I found Kevin Brooks, storyteller on the schedule for the Adaptive Path conference coming up in Washington, DC in August. And when following the links to find out more about this storyteller, I find he is has a connection to MIT.


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Blogger Rosa Say said ... (9:02 PM) : 

Thank you for the pointers Steve, I enjoyed learning about Tucker Nichols and Sara Nelson.


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