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Jun 7
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Need To Pump Up Your iPhone Voice Recordings? The Pint-Sized iRig MIC Cast Is Now Shipping | TechCrunch

When the iRig MIC Cast was announced at CES this year, I was pretty excited. I have gotten a lot of use out of the original iRig MIC and this miniaturized version seemed poised to make my travel recordings an even more portable affair.

Jun 7
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Suspect urges police to shoot him during standoff on Walker Street in Lowell Monday evening. sun/robert mills

Jun 7
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Five tools every iPhone photographer must have | How To - CNET

iPhone owners should have these tools in their photography bags.

Jun 7
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Windows 8: Microsoft’s radical operating system redesign will aggravate you to no end. - Slate Magazine

We may all grow to love it, but Microsoft’s radical operating system redesign will require some painful adjustments.

Jun 7
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Don’t violate design laws – even if you’re Apple | Amir Khella

The application dedicates the largest screen real-estate to a giant microphone screenshot that does nothing, and places the functional buttons of the app in the two bottom corners, occupying less than 5% of the screen space.

Jun 7
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Does your newsroom have a smart-refrigerator strategy? » Nieman Journalism Lab

It’s a serious question for newsrooms: What’s your refrigerator strategy?

Jun 7
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Excerpt From The New Book "The Mobile Frontier" | UX Magazine

What’s magical about touch interfaces is their use of the essential human sense of touch to guide people through technology experiences.

Jun 7
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Kindle Fire Is First Android Tablet to Get HBO GO | Gadget Lab | Wired.com

The Kindle Fire keeps blazing past other Android tablets. In addition to recent news that it owns more than 50 percent of the Android tablet market, the Fire is now the first Android tablet to get HBO GO.

A List Apart: Articles: Audiences, Outcomes, and Determining User Needs

The issue, of course, is that we cannot advocate for those whom we do not know—or, even worse, those whom we assume we know.