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  1. ruth-henry-agile-acceptance-tests.mp3

    Huffduffed from http://lanyrd.com/2010/uxaustralia/sqht/

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  2. daniel-naumann-working-with-clients.mp3

    Huffduffed from http://lanyrd.com/2010/uxaustralia/sqhp/

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  3. daniel-szuc-value-asking-why.mp3

    Huffduffed from http://lanyrd.com/2010/uxaustralia/sqgr/

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  4. jared-spool-dawning-age-of-experience.mp3

    Huffduffed from http://lanyrd.com/2010/uxaustralia/audio/

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  5. William Little — The Psychic Tourist

    William Little is a freelance journalist based in London, England. He has written for the Saturday Telegraph magazine, Weekend Telegraph, the Guardian, The Times and the Financial Times. He has also worked for Arena, Esquire and Cosmopolitan, and contributed articles to the Independent, the Daily Express and the Big Issue, among many others. His recent book is The Psychic Tourist: A Voyage into the Curious World of Predicting the Future.

    In this interview with D.J. Grothe, William Little recounts his experiences researching The Psychic Tourist, including his seminar with Sylvia Browne, meetings with UK mentalist Derren Browne, scientists Richard Dawkins and Nobel Prize-winning physicist Brian Jospehson, attending a psychic college, and his sister’s star chart predicting her death. He reveals his motivations writing the book, and talks about how his journalistic approach is different than the approach of some academic skeptics who write for more of an already skeptical audience. He explores what it might say about society if there is such widespread belief in psychics when there is so little evidence to support psychic claims. He contrasts the harm psychics do with how they may help people. He explains why he thinks of psychic belief as "disorganized religion." And he talks about the skeptics he met who weren’t cold-hearted, but instead were interested in helping people.

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  6. Designing the User Experience Curve - Andy Budd

    Andy Budd is an internationally renowned user experience designer and web standards expert from Clearleft. In his speech at the Future of Web Design conference in London he compares the user experience of websites to various real life examples. He highlights the importance of user experience in web design with some useful little tips that can be put into effect on your future projects.

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  7. History of the Mona Lisa

    Today the story of the rise and rise of the Mona Lisa to world fame. The London-based historian Donald Sassoon is taking us through this five-hundred-year-long story. How did the portrait of the plain wife of a small-time nobleman rise to such celebrity and fame?

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    Tagged with art history

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  8. Introduction to YQL at Openhack London

    Christian Heilmann talks to hackers about Yahoo Query Language.

    http://www.archive.org/details/YqlIntroductionAtOpenHackLondon2009

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  9. Being a UX Team of One

    What’s the best way to evolve design ideas quickly? Get together with other designers and brainstorm. The second best way? Adapt the methods of larger UX groups to a team of one. Learn how in this presentation, which shares lightweight techniques for quick and effective brainstorming on your own.

    Leah Buley, Adaptive Path

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  10. Emerging Trends of Mobile Technology

    iPhone 2.0, Android, Flash Lite 3.0, Streaming Video, Electronic Wallets, Mobile technology is growing rapidly and becoming an intrinsic part of consumer mentality. Hear the experts discuss the role of mobile in today’s lifestyle, discuss emerging technology, and predict national and international trends.

    Rob Gonda, Sapient

    Juan-Carlos Morales, Sapient Interactive

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