“... everyone who comes into contact with a child is a teacher who incessantly describes the world to him, until the moment when the child is capable of perceiving the world as it is described. According to Don Juan, we have no memory of that portentous moment, simply because none of us could possibly have had any point of reference to compare it to anything else. From that moment on, however, the child is a member. He knows the description of the world; and his membership becomes full fledged, I suppose, when he is capable of making all the proper perceptual interpretations which, by conforming to that description, validate it ...”
Carlos Castaneda

Journey to Ixtlan

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-02-26

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  • @ibnezra I failed to see what is shocking and what is honest about the piece! #
  • @Shuliji I have to say I have a hard time looking past the veiled woman … there's something deeply troubling there … to me at least #
  • @Shuliji yes: A Veil – my thoughts on #KhaderAdnan http://t.co/rlBLa9jr #
  • @kovshenin maybe there are a few UX lessons in there? cc @iandstewart #
  • @kovshenin recurring user complaints is a cue that something isn't right, developers dismissing it is a cue that something is wrong #
  • @kovshenin and both issues are about human behavior and relationships not code … this is something to consider .. maybe for WordPress 3.7? #
  • @kovshenin yes you are right people are to lazy to read … are you designing for them or re-educating them? #
  • @kovshenin I would argue there was only one major application in 2.7 and that wasn't an open-source-community change – it was imposed! #
  • @kovshenin been there, tried it, no thank you 🙂 #
  • @kovshenin in a constructive spirit I would want to share with you this book recommendation: http://t.co/fHOzdEaw #
  • talking to developers about user experience can be like dancing on banana peels 🙂 #
  • using apanasana to alleviate fear of pain http://t.co/Blj980Qf #

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