Category: Usability

A search engine marketing friend joked to me one day that I should be “dugg” sometime. I’m sure my friends in marketing would agree with him. I’m also quite sure my friends would think I’m completely insane to not want Digg exposure. I might have appreciated it if someone wasn’t getting hurt because I wrote about them. Someone decided to Digg that post and all hell broke loose. Since I logged off last night around midnight, 12 hours later, overRead more…

It’s so easy to forget the universe extends past our own elbows. I was trying to recall when I first became interested in website accessibility, and I can’t remember. For me, incentives to make improvements to websites for special needs people likely came about because many of them spoke up about their problems. Sometimes we hear them. Sometimes we don’t. Witnessing a severely seeing impaired person trying to read a website on a laptop, a few years ago, made aRead more…

Note to iEntry WebProNews…you can ignore this one. Heh. I have some thanking to do. I’m late because of emergency oral surgery last Thursday that I didn’t expect. Nor did I expect the outrage that followed. As I came to learn, folks with auto immune diseases get to deal with all sorts of wierd things. In my case, my thyroid called it quits and now, apparently, arthritis has nabbed my knees and lower back. I had no idea that arthritisRead more…

Having been tagged by Andy Beal, who was tagged by Mashable, I went to my sacred corner of the house where the incense cones, pieces of shells, gems and things my kids have made for me are gathered, and whipped out my crystal ball and sweetgrass. Not to be confused with the other of kind of “grass”. The kind I use chases away bad spirits, so I can focus. Okay, that was me, about 20 years ago. Now, I’m justRead more…

It will look suspiciously like one though… I’m going to copy the idea and remind those of you who have been a fan for less than a week of some of the other things I wrote here, that either I like or I received the most feedback on. First the Fun MsDewey Speaks Her Mind and Dances For My Husband When Did Blogging Become Like Sex? Sex Goddess Bump and Other Ulterior Motive SEO Things If Your Homepage Could OnlyRead more…

I often hear questions like “Where are the women in search?” After an evening of listening to my husband and Ms. Dewey, (aka actress/singer, Janina Gavankar), flirting, I decided to have a little chat with the search engine broad, er, MsDewey. Upon loading the search engine, rather than seeing her yelling a Ricardo, I found her sharpening a knife. I asked her, “Do you hate me now?” (Because I reported in my comments yesterday that she was stripping and actingRead more…

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