I had a lot of fun writing the articles for this week’s EID. Here are a few of the highlights:
Annie Murphy Paul thought that Thursday’s article on affirmative testing was brilliant. If you don’t get that inside joke, you should click on over and find out.
There was a great symmetry between Monday’s article on smart home technology (i.e. new, digital, sexy) and Tuesday’s piece from our Human Factors in History series (i.e. old, analog, quant). But it should be no surprise that they both centered on user experience.
The article on Boston’s new Park & Pedal service was an odd one for me since I walk to work. But I don’t write these for me – they are for you our loyal readers. If you either hate getting stuck in traffic, like to bike, or favor environmentally friendly solutions – this one is for you. Check it out.
And have a great (long) weekend.