Comcast ran an “exclusive” interview with Joss Whedon, creator of the scif-fi series, Firefly and it’s follow-up movie, Serenity.
Fans of the series have been talking about a movie trilogy and/or a resurrection of the story on TV, but Whedon set the record straight.
In short: it’s over. And there was never any trilogy.
Here are some relevant quotes (in case the page goes away at some point):
So is the story finished?
. . . → Read More: Serenity/Firefly — End of the line
Kathy Sierra has a great blog (Creating Passionate Users). I’ve only been following it for a couple weeks, but I’m really impressed. She writes about (predictably) making people passionate about your subject matter. In her case, that’s computer – and more specifically programming language – documentation and training. As luck would have it, that’s one of my interests.
Her latest post is about keeping your writing interesting. Here’s a quote, but I encourage you . . . → Read More: “Interesting” idea
Just saw this and had to share it. I hear it’s been around for a while, but it’s really cool that we can track where on a computer screen the user is looking. This obviously has huge implications for usability (hence Nielsen’s interest). It can also help us see how effective we are at building our content. Very cool technology, though, regardless.
Check out this link: Jakob Nielsen’s AlertBox
Would you rather be trained, or learn? Industry navel-gazing. . . . → Read More: Training vs. Learning
Well, what do you know? The first trailer for X-Men 3 actually looks good! I was really worried with all the rumors I’d been hearing. Now I’m looking forward to it! Looks like some really interesting stuff.
Plus, it looks like we’ll see a little more of Collossus, Beast will be prominent, and Jean might be the Phoenix. They’re setting it up so it looks like Cyclops might die, which I have mixed feelings about. . . . → Read More: X-3 trailer up
Looks like I am officially blogging. I am too cool for words. (Ironic, isn’t it.)