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September 19, 2010

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Rick

I used to be a fan of this publication till many months went by between issues, formats changed, and remainders of subscriptions were never honored. I loved the make-overs but waiting nearly a year between supposedly bi-monthly issues caused me to loose interest.

Frank

As always, a very interesting post. I work in education and find your advice on design invaluable. I sometimes think that the messages given about visual design might usefully be appied to the things we say and how we say them, too. The content of the second video might be a case in point.

I will mention this post on my blog. I am trying to work out how to use 'backlinks' but don't think I have really got the hang of it.

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