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Which book would you rather read for our March meeting?

Time to pick a book for next month! Which book would you rather read: A Practical Guide to Managing Web Projects by Brendan Knowlton, Make it So: Interaction Design Lessons from Science Fiction by Nathan Shedroff & Christopher Noessel, or The Information: A History, A Theory, A Flood by James Gleick.

Feb 4, 2013 18 so far

Design of Everyday Things: read the old one now or save the new one for the summer?

Should we stick with Don Norman's Design of Everyday Things for our February book or wait a few months until August to read the updated and revised edition? Vote before the poll closes on Monday morning!

Jan 10, 2013 12 so far

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