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Creativity for Left-Brained People


As a systems-thinking, ridiculously rational INTP, I cant tell you how many times Ive been told to, Stop overthinking! After all, rational thinking isnt naturally associated with creativity. I admittedly find it difficult to act on creative...
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Social Networking - Not Facbook


List of most popular social networking sites that are free to join and enable you to connect online with members of your interest. Facebook and MySpace may be the hottest social networking sites around but therere so many other online social...
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Dealing with rater over-confidence


With good performance review processes, you have the employee complete a self rating before you meet. Generally many employees rate themselves quite hard, or on par with your views of their performance. But what do you do if the person has rated...
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Managing Design Projects! An Event for Project Man


There are lots of great events for designers, we even host a handful of them, but what about events for folks that are often behind the scenes managing the projects or programs, and products? The project management team here at Adaptive Path...
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Quick and Dirty (and Cheap) Browser Testing


Adaptive Path is a pretty homogeneous company, technologically speaking. Were a 100% Mac shop. Some of us fire up Parallels to create a Visio document or to play with Expressions, but this is a rarity. As a developer this limits my ability put a...
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Accessible View: An ARIA for web search


From time to time, our own T.V. Raman shares his tips on how to use Google from his perspective as a technologist who cannot see -- tips that sighted people, among others, may also find useful.In the spirit of a recent post discussing some of our...
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