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World Usability Day in Ohio

Of course, next Tuesday (Nov. 14th) is World Usability Day, and my old Bowling Green pal and (all-around badass IA) Keith Instone has gathered all of the Ohio events into one convenient list. It looks like Keith will spend the evening in Bowling Green. I'll be attending the festivities at OSU with a couple of my old colleagues from AOL.

I'm curious to hear the final panel especially, "Making Life Easy - Simplifying Complexity" for reasons that may become clear in a late-December timeframe.

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Let me know how the OSU event turns out - I assume you will blog it here. I will update my Ohio World Usability Day pages so others can read about what happened as well.

And maybe next year we can plan ahead more and coordinate the events in Ohio, have joint press releases, etc.

There is now a third event in Columbus - Resource Interactive is sharing eye tracking results over the lunch hour (so you can attend this AND the OSU event, if you want).

Bryce [TypeKey Profile Page]:

Thanks for the heads-up, Keith! Yeah, I saw the Resource event, but I'm afraid ~4 hours of usability goodness is all I have spare time for this week. I am a sucker for eye-tracking, though...

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