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Peter Morville & Kit Seeborg – Planning for Strategic Design

by ayac2002 @ IA Summit

Thursday, March 23, 2017 from 1:30AM – 5:30PM Workshop details Why is planning for strategic design important to the UX community? Peter: Much of the work we do is strategic design. My most important and difficult task as an information architect is to find the fit between strategy and structure. This is not a one-way […]

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Stephen Anderson – The Visual Display of Information

by ayac2002 @ IA Summit

In this workshop, Stephen P. Anderson will reveal the basic elements that make up every visual representation ever created. Much like there’s a grammar behind the written word, there’s is a similar grammar behind the visual display of information, that once understood enables you to create clear and concise visual representations of thought. Rather than fall back on the playbook of existing models, you can learn how to create your own visual models.

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Memoirs On the Move From Programmatic to Paid Social

by Lauren Clawson @ The Portent Blog: Internet Marketing with a Twist of Lemon

In the (relatively) short time I’ve been in digital advertising, I’ve had the good fortune to work on what a lot of the industry would call “both sides” of paid media – social and programmatic. In truth, paid media sports more options than a Crayola starter-pack, but these two broader categories frequently make up the… Read More

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Gary Carlson & Rachel Price – Designing and Building Taxonomies

by ayac2002 @ IA Summit

This workshop will cover the basics of designing and building successful taxonomies. The content is based on hard-won lessons working with many different taxonomies and organizations. Participants will walk away with a rich understanding of taxonomies and the process for designing and building them. This will be a hands-on workshop which will allow participants to experience first hand many of the details that go into the whole process.

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Jim Kalbach – Mapping Experiences: From Insight to Action

by ayac2002 @ IA Summit

Products and services are increasingly interconnected. Ecosystems are the new competitive advantage. The winners will be determined by how well their offerings fit with each other and how well they fit into people’s lives. The use of systematic, visual representations exposes previously unseen opportunities for improvement and for growth. You’ve may have encountered some of the various approaches already in use – customer journey maps, service blueprints, experience maps, and more.

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Cornell on "The Persistence of Anachronism and Presentism in the Academic Debate Over the Second Amendment"

by noreply@blogger.com (Karen Tani) @ Legal History Blog

In the tragically timely category -- we have word of a recent essay by Saul Cornell (Fordham University) in the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology: "'Half-Cocked': The Persistence of Anachronism and Presentism in the Academic Debate Over the Second Amendment." The essay appeared in Volume 106, no. 2 (2016) and was a response a piece in the journal's 2015 symposium on the Second Amendment. Here's the abstract:

James Lindgren’s recent forward to The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology’s 2015 symposium on “The Past and Future of Guns,” purports to be a neutral and scholarly account of the current state of the debate on the meaning of the Second Amendment. Lindgren’s introductory essay fails to achieve both of these goals. Rather than survey the pre-Heller scholarship in a comprehensive and even-handed manner, Lindgren provides a distorted and superficial account of the historical literature. He compounds this error by ignoring the vast post-Heller scholarly literature, failing to note that much of this recent body of scholarship has been deeply critical of Heller, and has generally vindicated the work of the historians he criticizes. Indeed, the evidence he himself offers in defense of his interpretation actually undercuts his claims about the meaning of the Second Amendment. Lindgren’s essay does not chart a path forward in this contentious debate, but proffers an incomplete and analytically flawed account of the Founding Era’s understanding of this important provision of the Constitution.

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CFP: Arguing for the Rule of Law

by noreply@blogger.com (Dan Ernst) @ Legal History Blog

[We have the following announcement.]  Call for Papers: Arguing for the Rule of Law: Using the Hebrew Bible and Caricatures of Foreigners in British and Spanish America.  Friday, October 26, 2018.  Newberry Library, Chicago.  Deadline for Applications: November 8, 2017.

This is a call for papers in anticipation of a one-day conference to be organized by Jorge Cañizares-Esguerra (University of Texas) and Richard Ross (University of Illinois) through the Symposium on Comparative Early Modern Legal History.  The conference, to be held at the Newberry Library in Chicago on Friday, October 26, 2018, is entitled, “Arguing for the Rule of Law: Using the Hebrew Bible and Caricatures of Foreigners in British and Spanish America.”  It will address the following topic: How did settlers, imperial officials, indigenous peoples, and Africans in the New World seek to demonstrate, or disprove, that a polity respected the rule of law?  (The phrase “rule of law” is modern; but the core of the idea is not).  Colonial rule invited accusations of arbitrary government and systematic lawlessness.  This conference will focus on two common techniques used to assess whether a polity respected the supremacy of law.  First, controversialists asked whether governance accorded with God’s expectations of justice as laid out in Scripture, particularly the Hebrew Bible.  Second, caricatures of other societies could be held up to make one’s own appear lawful and just, or the reverse.  British American settlers applauded the civility of their law by reference to the presumed barbarism of the Irish and Amerindians.  They saw liberty in their exploitive legal order by opposing it to the supposed absolutism of the Spanish and French empires.  Spanish settlers justified their rule and derecho by contrasting them to the law of indigenous polities and of their New World rivals.  The conference will bring together historians, law professors, and social scientists to think about the complex debates about the rule of law in the English and Iberian Atlantic. 

Interested presenters should submit an abstract of between 200 and 500 words and a c.v. by November 8, 2017.  Please send submissions and inquiries to Richard Ross [rjross@illinois.edu]; 217-244-7890.  No previously published work will be accepted. Applicants will be notified by email shortly after the submission deadline.  Accepted participants will be required to submit a full paper of no more than 10,000 words by the end of September 2018. Papers will be pre-circulated and read by all participants.  The conference will pay for travel and hotel expense.

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Terence Fenn, Jason Hobbs, & Dan Klyn – Human-Centered Design and IA

by ayac2002 @ IA Summit

Design thinking. Service design. UX design. These are all hot topics at the moment and in our workshop we’ll explore what they are and how they come together under the umbrella of Human-Centered Design (HCD). We’ll also explain how IA relates to all these forms of design, why it’s so important to them and provide hands-on practical exercises so you can discover the impact IA can make.

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Search Engine Marketing in North Texas

by Max Juhasz @ Rebel Base SEO

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Jorge Arango – From Structure to Strategy (And Back Again)

by ayac2002 @ IA Summit

Facilitator: Jorge Arango Thursday, March 23, 2017 from 8:30AM – 12:30PM Workshop details Jorge, why is strategy relevant to the IA community? A clear sense of purpose and meaning are the most important things a person can have in his or her work. Why do you do what you do? This workshop will help you […]

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Condos on violence & legality in colonial India

by noreply@blogger.com (Mitra Sharafi) @ Legal History Blog

Mark Condos, Queen Mary, University of London, published "License to Kill: The Murderous Outrages Act and the rule of law in colonial India, 1867-1925" last year in Modern Asian Studies 50:2. Here is an abstract:
In 1867, the Government of India passed one of the most brutal-minded and
draconian laws ever created in colonial India. Known as the ‘Murderous Outrages Act’, this law gave colonial officials along the North-West Frontier wide powers to transgress India’s legal codes in order to summarily execute and dispose of individuals identified as ‘fanatics’. Arguments for the creation and preservation of this law invariably centred around claims about the purportedly ‘exceptional’ character of frontier governance, particularly the idea that this was a region that existed in a perpetual state of war and crisis. Far from being peripheral in its impact, this article explores how this law both drew upon and enabled a wider legal culture that pervaded India in the wake of 1857. It argues that this law was a signal example of British attempts to mask the brute power of executive authority through legalistic terms, and was also evocative of a distinctly ‘warlike’ logic of colonial legality.

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There are so many moving parts when running an event large or small that it’s easy to let online optimization be an afterthought. Sidelining SEO, however, means missing out on a lot of organic visitors and awareness. A solid organic presence makes a huge difference in attracting more attendees’ year after year. Here are five… Read More

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Matthew Edgar: Web Analytics for IA and UX Professionals

by ayac2002 @ IA Summit

People responsible for the user experience, information architecture and design of websites increasingly need to find ways to incorporate qualitative data and analytics into their process alongside user research. In this four-hour workshop, you will learn what analytics tools to use, what reports to check and when, and how to use this information to improve the user experience of your websites and applications.

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Sugarman on C.W. Brooks and the “Legal Turn” in Early Modern English History

by noreply@blogger.com (ernst) @ Legal History Blog

A few years back, we were indebted to David Sugarman, Lancaster University Law School, for the sad news of Christopher W. Brooks’s death.  Now Professor Sugarman has posted an assessment of Professor Brooks’s contribution to legal history.  It is Promoting Dialogue between History and Socio-Legal Studies: The Contribution of Christopher W. Brooks and the “Legal Turn” in Early Modern English History and is out in a special issue (44: 5) of the Journal of Law & Society, entitled "Main Currents in Contemporary Sociology of Law."   Professor Sugarman dedicates the paper to the memory of another English legal historian, John Beattie.  Here is the abstract:

This paper argues that the work of socio-legal scholars and historians would benefit from greater dialogue, and from taking the social history of law itself more seriously. It points up the benefits and the difficulties that might arise from greater cross-fertilization. By way of a case study, it focuses on the ‘legal turn’ in recent history writing on early modern England, particularly, Christopher W. Brooks’s ground-breaking analysis of the nature and extent of legal consciousness throughout society, and the central role of law and legal institutions in the constitution of society. The paper critically reviews Brooks’s principal ideas and findings, the contexts within which they arose, their theoretical underpinnings, and their larger significance. It highlights Brooks’s engagement with diverse scholars, including John Baker, Marc Galanter, Jürgen Habermas, Robert W. Gordon, J.G.A. Pocock and E.P. Thompson. It is proposed that Brooks investigated both elite and popular legal consciousness on an almost unparalleled scale, adopting top-down and bottom-up approaches that revealed the trickle-up, as well as trickle-down, diffusion of legal ideas, transcending the boundaries of social, political, and legal history. More generally, the paper seeks to demonstrate that the turn to law in early modern English history has enlarged the field in terms of subject-matter, methodologies and the range of sources utilised, deepening understanding of the workings of law and its wider importance. Indicative subject areas and topics enhanced by the legal turn are outlined including: law, gender, agency and social hierarchy; legal consciousness; trust, contractual thinking, and capitalism; governance and the growth of state power; and the decline in the participation of ordinary people in the legal system, and the so-called ’vanishing trial’. The paper concludes that a convergence between history, legal history and socio-legal studies has been underway in recent decades, that it provides opportunities for greater cross-fertilization, and that this would enhance our understanding of the role of law in society, and of society. For that greater dialogue to happen there would need to be better institutional support, changes in the cultures and mind-sets of history, socio-legal studies and legal history, and greater self-reflexivity. It would also generate difficult questions and controversy as to what sort of rapport might be appropriate, when, how and to what effect

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Mayeux on the Idea of the Criminial Justice System

by noreply@blogger.com (ernst) @ Legal History Blog

Sara Mayeux, Vanderbilt University Law School, has posted The Idea of “The Criminal Justice System,” which is forthcoming in the American Journal of Criminal Law:

The phrase “the criminal justice system” is ubiquitous in discussions of criminal law, policy, and punishment in the United States — so ubiquitous that almost no one thinks to question the phrase. However, this way of describing and thinking about police, courts, jails, and prisons, as a holistic “system,” dates only to the 1960s. This essay contextualizes the idea of “the criminal justice system” within the rise of systems theories more generally within intellectual history and the history of science. The essay first recounts that more general history of systems thinking and then reconstructs how it converged, in 1967, with the career of a young systems engineer working for President Johnson’s Crime Commission, whose contributions to the 1967 report The Challenge of Crime in a Free Society launched the modern and now pervasive idea of “the criminal justice system.” Throughout, the essay reflects upon the assumptions and premises that go along with thinking about any complex phenomenon as a “system” and asks whether, in the age of mass incarceration, it is perhaps time to discard the idea, or at least to reflect more carefully upon its uses and limitations. For instance, one pernicious consequence of “criminal justice system” thinking may to be distort appellate judges’ interpretations of Fourth Amendment doctrine, because they imagine their rulings to be hydraulically connected in a “system” with crime rates.

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Short Bursts: Adam Polansky

by ayac2002 @ IA Summit

Adam Polansky is an experienced UX Director and Information Architect in both Web and Mobile. He is a contributing author to “Usability Success Stories – How Organizations Improve By Making Easier-To-Use Software and Web Sites” – Gower Publishing, 2006 Adam has served as Speaker Mentor for the last many IA Summits where he helps presenters […]

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Google Webmaster Tools Search Appearance Overview tutorial explains the importance of search snippets. This blog/article is a short introduction to Search Appearance Overview insights in Google Webmaster Tools.

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Short Bursts: Victor Lombardi

by ayac2002 @ IA Summit

Victor Lombardi is Director, Digital Design for Commercial Banking at Capital One. He is author of “Why We Fail: Learning from Experience Design Failures”, co-founded the Information Architecture Institute & the Overlap conference, taught at the Parsons School of Design, the Pratt Institute, and Rutgers University, and contributed to the design of over 40 software […]

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Stanford Center for Law and History & Inaugural Graduate Student Paper Prize

by noreply@blogger.com (Mitra Sharafi) @ Legal History Blog

[We have the following announcement.]


We are pleased to announce the creation of the new Stanford Center for Law and History (SCLH). SCLH brings together faculty, postdocs, and students from across Stanford University’s many schools and departments—and beyond—to participate in a broad range of conferences, workshops, and lectures devoted to examining the multifaceted interrelationships between law and history (without geographic, temporal, or other subject-area limitations).

On April 20, 2018, SCLH will host its inaugural one-day conference, titled “Legal Histories of Policing and Surveillance.” The event will include a keynote address by Professor Michael Willrich and three panels featuring a range of prominent legal historians entitled: “Broadening the State’s Criminal Oversight Power,” “Surveillance Technologies and Legal Culture,” and “Policing Intimate and Family Life.”

The conference organizers will select one graduate student as the inaugural winner of the SCLH Graduate Student Paper Prize. This student will be added to one of the three panels—alongside distinguished faculty working on related topics—based on the fit between the proposed paper and the three panel themes. Funding for travel and housing will be provided.

To apply, submit the following in a single PDF here. The deadline is Friday, December 1, 2017.
  • CV
  • 500 word paper abstract
  • Briefly describe (75 words or less) which of the three panels is the best fit for your paper and why.
The organizers will inform the selected graduate student by early January 2018. The prize winner must circulate a fifteen to twenty page paper to the organizers by Monday, April 9, to share with other conference attendees.

For any questions, please email: akessler@law.stanford.edu and edkatz@stanford.edu

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AHA Book Prizes to Garfinkel, Goluboff and Haley

by noreply@blogger.com (ernst) @ Legal History Blog

The American Historical Association has announced its book prizes for 2017.  The Littleton-Griswold Prize in "US law and society, broadly defined” goes to Risa Goluboff, Virginia Law, for Vagrant Nation: Police Power, Constitutional Change, and the Making of the 1960s (2016).  Other award of interest to legal historians include the Joan Kelly Memorial Prize for women’s history and/or feminist theory to Sarah Haley, UCLA, for No Mercy Here: Gender, Punishment, and the Making of Jim Crow Modernity (2016) and the Helen and Howard R. Marraro Prize in Italian history or Italian-American relations to Paul Garfinkel, Simon Fraser University, for Criminal Law in Liberal and Fascist Italy (2016).

Update: UVA Law's press release on Vagrant Nation is here.

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Funnel-Based PPC Account Strategy – An Overview

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Channel Contribution 101: You want your paid search account to drive value and make money. You want to use your paid search account to help reach new customers and grow your business. Unfortunately, it’s not as simple as whipping up a campaign, throwing in some keywords, and then watching the revenue come flooding in. You… Read More

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CFP: Legal History and Empires: Perspectives from the Colonised (Updated)

by noreply@blogger.com (ernst) @ Legal History Blog

[Here is the updated CFP for a conference we noted earlier.  Please note that the due date for submitting proposals is January 15, 2018.]

The conference "Legal History and Empires: Perspectives from the Colonised" will be held at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, in Barbados from July 11 to 13, 2018. The conference is jointly sponsored by the Faculty of Law and Faculty of Humanities and Education of The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, and an international group of legal historians and historians of the law.  [The keynote speaker is] Dr. Maya Jasanoff, Coolidge Professor of History, Harvard University.

This conference follows the successful conference on the Legal Histories of the British Empire held at the National University of Singapore in 2012, and is similarly designed to bring together senior and emerging scholars working in the fields of imperial and colonial legal history. We invite paper or panel proposals addressing legal histories of empires broadly, and encourage participants to think in particular how their research connects with the theme of the conference: perspectives from the colonized.  Without in any way limiting the range of proposals topics and themes might include: relations between Empires; histories from the peripheries of empire; mobilities, networks and transplants; law and gender; Indigenous histories and the law; slavery and indentured labour; regulation of labour; histories of immigration law; administration of justice and rule of law; histories of public or private law; colonial law and local circumstances; settler colonialism; crime; the professions.

Individual paper proposals should be maximum 300 words (and include a bio of no more than 100 words); panel proposals should consist of an overall panel theme (300 words), the titles of individual papers and short bios (no more than 100 words) of each presenter. Panels may include commentators. Proposals should be sent to Prof Shaunnagh Dorsett, University of Technology Sydney (Shaunnagh.Dorsett@uts.edu.au) by 15 JANUARY 2018.

General inquiries about the Conference should be addressed to Dr. Asya Ostroukh, UWI, Cave Hill (asya.ostroukh@cavehill.uwi.edu).  The Conference website is [here.]  (Information, including accommodation options and additional optional activities on July 10 and 14 will be available soon.)

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Technology and connectivity have completely changed our lives, especially in terms of how and where we spend our money.

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It also doesn’t help that the online experience is full of noise; many sites are just a wall of ads, messages and assorted brand clutter. Users now have multimedia and multi-device habits and therefore have multiple means of escape.

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The digital transformation is rapidly changing the talent acquisition process around the world. Today’s technology makes it possible for organizations […]

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Donna Spencer – Introduction to Information Architecture

by ayac2002 @ IA Summit

Facilitator: Donna Spencer Wednesday, March 22, 2017 from 9:00AM – 5:00PM Workshop details From your perspective, why is information architecture relevant to the UX community? Almost all projects involve IA in some way—from figuring out the broad structure for content, designing navigation, or creating the categories that go into detailed lists. My workshop introduces fundamental […]

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Witt's Hands Lecture: "Adjudication in the Age of Disagreement"

by noreply@blogger.com (Karen Tani) @ Legal History Blog

The published version of John Fabian Witt's Hands Lecture, delivered for the special session of the Second Circuit Court of Appeals in celebration of the 125th Anniversary, is now available online. It is titled "Adjudication in the Age of Disagreement." Here's a taste:

What explains all the praise for this court? What makes a tribunal strong? What role do judges play in our system of governance such that the Second Circuit’s particular virtues hold such a distinctive place in the tradition of adjudication? In the time I have here with you today I would like to offer the beginnings of an answer. It does not lie in the distance between the court’s traditions and [Judge Martin] Manton’s conduct. [Manton was convicted of bribery in 1939.] That would be too easy. At base, I think the answer lies in something far more subtle and interesting: the relationship between a central tradition of the Second Circuit and one of the great questions we face as a society today. That question is how to deal with disagreement.

3 Tips to Create Effective Banner Ads Every Time

by Mike Fitterer @ The Portent Blog: Internet Marketing with a Twist of Lemon

News flash – people are great at ignoring banner ads! Websites allowing display advertising often show 3 – 5 different ads per page. Throw in sponsored stories, and that figure can comfortably rise into the double digits. That’s a hefty supply of content for which visitors did not directly search. In a sad illustration of… Read More

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Chaudhry on proprietary rights in British India

by noreply@blogger.com (Mitra Sharafi) @ Legal History Blog

Last year, Faisal Chaudhry, now at the University of Arizona, published "A Rule of Proprietary Right for British India: From revenue settlement to tenant right in the age of classical legal thought" in Modern Asian Studies 50:1. Here is the abstract:
Scholars have long debated the impact of the British ‘rule of property’ on
India. In our own day it has become common for historians to hold that the
Raj’s would-be regime of free capitalist property was frustrated by a pervasive
divide between rhetoric and reality which derived from a fundamental lack of
fit between English ideas and Indian land control practices. While seemingly
novel, the contemporary emphasis on the theory-practice divide is rooted in an
earlier ‘revisionist’ perspective among late-nineteenth-century colonial thinkers
who argued that land control in the subcontinent derived from a uniquely Indian
species of ‘proprietary’ (rather than genuinely propertied) right-holding. In this
article, I critically examine the revisionist discourse of ‘proprietary right’ by
situating it in a broader comparative perspective, both relative to earlier ideas
about rendering property ‘absolute’ during the East India Company’s rule and
relative to the changing conception of the property right among legal thinkers
in the central domains of the Anglo-common law world. In so doing, the article
significantly revises our understanding of the relationship between property, law,
and political economy in the subcontinent from the late eighteenth to the late
nineteenth century.

Sarah Horton & David Sloan – Do No Harm: People First Design for Humane Products

by ayac2002 @ IA Summit

Our lives are increasingly shaped by the technology we use, but people are not a first priority in product design. Other concerns take precedence, and we end up with designs that will yield the highest conversion rate, or interactions that will provide the best usage data.
With People First, we look at what might be considered “edge cases” in standard product design. Instead of moving more singular needs and contexts to the margins of our thinking, planning, and decision-making, we focus on them to learn what is most important for everyone. In this way, we move people front-and-center in our design process, gathering insights and understanding that will help us produce products that are powerful and humane.

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Marketing as Worldbuilding: The Slides & Links

by Ian Lurie @ The Portent Blog: Internet Marketing with a Twist of Lemon

My Swivel presentation all about marketing worldbuilding: Marketing Worldbuilding: Collaborative Storytelling for Digital from Ian Lurie The Links More links coming later, but for now: AnswerThePublic.com is the standard for questions and interests research. Buzzsumo question search is kick ass Canva is my new favorite fancy-schmancy charts tool Grammarly will save you from philsophy massacres… Read More

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Karl Fast – Interface Patterns for Filtering Information

by ayac2002 @ IA Summit

Search often reveals too much information. Filtering is a way to rapidly narrow a large information space. It is also a way to reveal important patterns, focus on specific details, and reduce visual noise. This workshop will teach you how design a filtering interface, including choosing filter controls, mapping metadata to these controls, patterns for representing filtered information, and a framework for approaching filtering problems on desktop, mobile, and other technologies.

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Facebook, Not Google, Is Now the Top Referral Source for Digital Publishers

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Over the last number of years one of the main areas of contention between the two has been driving referral traffic.

However, it’s not simply about top market share, it’s a contest between social referrals and search engine referrals.

Until recently Google has been the top traffic referrer online. But according to data from Parse.ly, which provides web analytics for digital publishers that include the likes of Mashable, Telegraph Media Group, and Business Insider, Facebook recently surpassed Google as the top referrer for major publishers.

Parse.ly CTO Andrew Montalenti told SocialTimes that there are several factors contributing to this shift.

Perhaps the biggest change took place about a year ago, when Facebook began taking a more active interest in developing relationships with publishers to curate and promote content, he said:

I believe the reason Facebook did this is because they realized that a lot of the interesting conversations happening around the web were happening around major … Continue reading

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Are Website Builders Actually Free?

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The majority of website builder brands offer a free account which allows users access to the basic features and building tools. A handful of website builders provide a limited trial period to allow users to get comfortable with the service before paying for the subscription – these are generally the more complex and sophisticated website builders.

The free accounts generally provide users with a subdomain, for example yourname.wix.com, yourname.websitebuilder.com or yourname.squarespace.com users can then publish their site under this URL. If you publish your site on a free account you will notice that it has many advertising banners for the website builder brand that you chose, this doesn’t make your site look particularly appealing to your customers and visitors. Our advice is if you have never used a website builder before or it’s your first time designing a website use the free account to get used to the editor and the features it offers and then when you want … Continue reading

Local Dentists Using SEO to Boost Their Traffic

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Presently, all most all fields of doctors are creating an online profile to stay in touch with existing patients and attract new ones. The reputed online profile is one of a crucial element for successful business. Some of Doctors are adopting content marketing strategies to boost their traffic on social networks as well for example ... [Read more...]

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[…] Pourtant, un échange récent sur Webmaster Hub avec un espèce d’illuminé de bas étage tourne au vinaigre car il maintient que H1 possède sa place dans le Header. Retour sur l’utilisation des balises d’en-têtes et H1 en particulier, ainsi que son implication pour l’optimisation du référencement. Une bonne fois pour toute, il faut poser les jalons adéquats concernant l’utilisation des balises d’en-tête (H1 à H6). C’est pourtant simple car ces balises servent à formater les différents sous-titres apparaissant dans un texte. Il faut commencer avec H1 qui définit le titre principal du texte, puis ensuite on descend pas ordre décroissant d’importance jusqu’à H6 pour le sous-titre le moins important. SEO, 12 étapes pour optimiser son référencement. […]

Martina Hodges-Schell and Alberta Soranzo – Design Teams Are a Design Exercise: How to Build, Inspire, and Keep Design Teams (Happy)

by ayac2002 @ IA Summit

We believe that bringing design attention to the context of design teams and design leadership is critical for the success and sustainability of our practice and industry. At a time when our ways of working, our design remit and materials change, we need to pay attention to supporting and growing our teams to successfully embrace these new challenges. In this workshop, open to everybody, but aimed primarily at senior practitioners, team leaders, new managers and managers new to design, we will share our learnings and the techniques we have developed over the years.

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Cutaneous Invasive Aspergillosis: Retrospective Multicenter Study of the French Invasive-Aspergillosis Registry and Literature Review

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Invasive aspergillosis (IA) has poor prognosis in immunocompromised patients. Skin manifestations, when present, should contribute to an early diagnosis. The authors aimed to provide prevalence data and a clinical and histologic description of cutaneous ...

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4 Levels of Social Media Involvement

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Finding your fit and planning appropriately

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Andrea Resmini – Rapid Cross-channel Prototyping

by ayac2002 @ IA Summit

In this one-day hands-on workshop, you’ll learn how to rapidly prototype products and services as part of a complex cross-channel ecosystem. Whether you work with websites, apps, wearables, or ambient devices, the workshop provides you with a system-wide, strategic perspective over the role of actors, tasks, channels, and touchpoints in an ecosystem.

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Content-First SEO

by Augustin Kendall @ The Portent Blog: Internet Marketing with a Twist of Lemon

I’ve been finding myself saying, “You don’t rank for keywords, you rank for content,” a lot lately. Imagine this. You’re trying to turn a quaint town on the shore (East or West—pick your coast of choice) into a vacation destination. You’ve developed a brand for the location that you’re promoting in all the right travel… Read More

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Krispian Emert – Making Your Work More Human: An Empathetic Research Workshop

by ayac2002 @ IA Summit

We all want our designs to be more human, but how do you bring a user-centric approach to your IA work? In this fun, interactive workshop, you’ll understand how to bring an empathetic approach to your projects.You’ll acquire pragmatic, common-sense tools that anyone can use to learn more about their users and make their designs more human.

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CFP: LSA 2018 (Toronto)

by noreply@blogger.com (Dan Ernst) @ Legal History Blog

[We have the following for the organizers of legal history panels at the annual meeting of the Law and Society Association.]

The Law & History [Collaborative Research Network] (CRN 44) offers to help organize legal history panels for the annual Law & Society Association annual meeting (this year June 7 - 10, 2018 in Toronto). The LSA submission deadline is coming up quickly - Oct. 18 - so if you have a paper you'd like to present, please send your abstracts to us (email addresses below) by Oct. 15, so that we have enough time to quickly organize papers into panels by the deadline. Please also go ahead and submit your paper in the system as an individual paper and let us know that you have; the submission system requires that panels be constructed from those papers already in the system. 

And if you are putting together a panel yourself, and would like us to sponsor it, please let us know (so that we can add it to our list, and advertise it among CRN members as the conference approaches). Feel free to note it as a CRN 44 panel in the LSA submission process.

Joanna Grisinger
Associate Professor of Instruction
Center for Legal Studies, Northwestern University
joanna.grisinger@northwestern.edu

Kimberly Welch
Assistant Professor 
Department of History, Vanderbilt University 
kimberly.m.welch@vanderbilt.edu

Logan Sawyer
Associate Professor
University of Georgia Law School
lesawyer@uga.edu

Kathryn Schumaker
Assistant Professor
Department of Classics and Letters, University of Oklahoma
schumaker@ou.edu

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Mapping the Domain: Academics’ and Practitioners’ Roundtable

by ayac2002 @ IA Summit

Over the past several years it’s become increasingly clear that the IA community needs to move beyond being a practice and figure out how to become a discipline.

To explore what this entails, and begin to craft a way forward, we’ve convened a series of Academics’ and Practitioners’ roundtables at IA Summits past. In the 5th year of this community event we will draw together highlights, discoveries, and open questions. Participants will present, discuss, learn, and work collaboratively to generate a capstone that reflects the corpus of work done to date. As a core exercise we will map the different and complementary roles and artifacts that practice and academia bring to the “discipline-ification” of information architecture.

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Weekend Roundup

by noreply@blogger.com (Karen Tani) @ Legal History Blog

  • The legal historian Tanya K. Hernández has been appointed to the Archibald R. Murray Professorship at Fordham Law.
  • From our in-box: "Mr. Ville Erkkilä (MA) will defend his doctoral thesis, The Conceptual Change of Conscience: Franz Wieacker and German Legal Historiography 1933-1968, in a public examination on 13 October 2017 at 12 noon. The defence will take place at the Faculty of Law of the University of Helsinki, in lecture hall IV (Suomen Laki -sali, Porthania, Yliopistonkatu 3). The opponent will be Dr. Udi Greenberg (Dartmouth College). The defence is open to the public. The thesis is available [here.]
  • Over at AHA Blog: a report on the National History Center's Congressional briefing on civilian control of the military.
  • And the National History Center has announced another Congressional briefing, this one on the History of Civil War Monuments.  Monday, October 23, 2017, 9:30-10:30 am. Rayburn House Office Building, Room 2044.  With David W. Blight, Yale University; Karen L. Cox, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Gaines M. Foster, Louisiana State University; and Moderator: James Grossman, American Historical Association.  More.
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How San Diego Businesses Are Marketing Online

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Importance of Online Marketing to Local Businesses Marketing the goods or services of a local business is very important especially when the business owner wants to get the attention of its target market. Online marketing is a great way to get into the radar of the intended audience, without spending too much. Because unlike above-the-line ... [Read more...]

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SEO Fallacies That Must Die: 2017 Edition

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SEO folks are trend victims. Someone presents a new acronym, an idea, or a tool and we all pile on. Then we chase those nibbles of knowledge, good and bad alike, without thinking. And we land in deep pits lined with sharp, nasty sticks. These ideas must go: 1: TFIDF Score Predicts Rankings A higher… Read More

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[…] Lorsque l’on rédige un contenu sur son site/blog, c’est avant tout pour qu’il soit lu. Si le partage sur les réseaux sociaux de vos contenus est primordial pour la visibilité, il faut tout d’abord penser à son optimisation interne. Cela passe par SEO (Search Engine Optimization) ou, dans la langue de Molière, le référencement naturel.Nous avions déjà évoqué le thème du SEO dans nos articles avec notamment la mise à jour de l’algorithme de Google Panda 4.0. Aujourd’hui, c’est à travers la sympathique infographie de l’agence britannique Klood que nous allons optimiser le SEO en 12 étapes.1. Le titre de la page2. La meta description3. L’URL de la page4. Le mot-clé dans le contenu5. Les balises Header H16. Les balises Header H2 – H67. Les images8. Descriptions des images9. Les balises ALT10. Les catégories du blog11. Les liens internes12. Google Autorship  […]

How to Leverage Social Media for SEO: Link Building

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Exploring the myriad of ways social networks can be utilized in your link-building efforts.

I recently asked a room of experienced marketers how they thought social media marketing could assist their SEO efforts. The answers were more or less what I had expected to hear:

Social media helps foster relationships, which in turn helps build links and improves rankings. Social media aids in public relations, as a distribution channel and a means of generating easy online buzz. Social sharing provides a form of social proof, giving greater credibility and trustworthiness to your content. Brands can rank for their social networking profiles and receive greater visibility within the SERP.

While these are all true, let’s focus on how link building on social platforms can help unite a brand’s social media marketing and SEO efforts.

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Tom Reamy – Deep Text: Using Text Analytics to Create New Ways to Structure and Access Information

by ayac2002 @ IA Summit

This workshop will take attendees through the entire process of creating a text analytics platform from how to select the right software for your organization, what resources you will need, how to make the business case, how to develop taxonomies and categorization catalogs or adapt existing information structure resources. Tom include multiple case studies of the most exciting new applications and approaches along with two hands-on exercises setting up categorization rules and mapping workshop techniques to applications that reflect their needs.

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Vaheesan on Antitrust in Two Gilded Ages

by noreply@blogger.com (ernst) @ Legal History Blog

Sandeep Vaheesan, Regulations Counsel at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, has reminsicent of a classic article by my emeritus Georgetown Law colleague (and dean who hired me) Robert Pitofsky, The Political Content of Antitrust.  Mr. Vaheesan’s paper is Accommodating Capital and Policing Labor: Antitrust in the Two Gilded Ages:

In enacting the antitrust laws, Congress sought to prevent big businesses from maintaining and augmenting their power through collusion, mergers, and monopolistic practices and also aimed to preserve the ability of workers to act in concert. The antitrust laws have at times produced significant benefits for Americans. Antitrust achievements include the restructuring of the oil industry in 1911, the creation of competitive market structures in the mid-twentieth century, and the termination of AT&T’s telecommunications monopoly in 1984.

Yet, the history of antitrust in the United States is not one of uninterrupted successes. Over two multi-decade periods, the executive branch and federal courts, in enforcing and interpreting the antitrust laws, have failed to advance Congress’ vision and indeed inverted Congressional intent. During the original and current Gilded Ages, the antitrust laws were and have been used to protect the power of large-scale business and also to limit the autonomy of workers to organize and seek higher wages and better working conditions. Through this anti-labor application, the federal government has employed antitrust to aid big business, rather than restrain its power.

Despite this history of accommodating capital and policing labor, the antitrust laws can still be reinterpreted and redeemed. Executive and judicial action can remake these laws to control the power of large corporations through competitive market structures and also protect the freedom of all workers to organize for higher wages and better working conditions. A renewal of antitrust, in accordance with the expressed purposes of Congress, would help remedy the inequities of the New Gilded Age and create a more just society.
As it happens, just this morning I had another illustration of the appeal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era for contemporary political analysts and commentators in an episode of the Washington Post’s “Daily 202,” podcast, Why a Republican strategist thinks we’re in a new Gilded Age.

George, "The LGBT Disconnect: Politics and Perils of Legal Movement Formation"

by noreply@blogger.com (Karen Tani) @ Legal History Blog

Marie-Amelie George (Berger-Howe Fellow, Harvard Law School) has posted "The LGBT Disconnect: Politics and Perils of Legal Movement Formation." Here's the abstract:

The LGBT movement is facing a crucial dilemma. Although the movement presents itself as a coalition of gays, lesbians, and transgender individuals, many Americans accept and approve of the former (LG), but not the latter (T). Opponents of LGBT rights have capitalized on this social and political disconnect in local ballot measure campaigns, convincing voters to repeal sexual orientation anti-discrimination laws by highlighting that the statutes also contain gender identity protections. There is thus a sufficiently large gap between the identity categories that lesbian and gay legal victories have not built support for transgender rights, and yet they are integrated enough that one can be deployed against the other.

Drawing on extensive original primary source research—including archival materials, newspaper articles, television advertisements, legislative histories, and court filings—this Article uncovers the debates, conflicts, and decisions that shaped the place of transgender rights within the coalition, and argues that national LGBT rights organizations’ legal strategies inadvertently contributed to this contemporary disconnect. This Article demonstrates why it is so important for LGBT rights groups to address this problem by chronicling anti-transgender rhetoric in local ballot measures, where citizens are increasingly voting to repeal LGBT rights. It concludes by identifying several options for how LGBT rights groups can eliminate the gap between lesbian/gay and transgender, which it uses to develop a taxonomy of social movement mobilization.
The full paper is available here.

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Abby Covert – Collaborative Information Architecture

by ayac2002 @ IA Summit

In this workshop, Abby will share her techniques for getting an organization that may have different ideas about how to organize and name content to agree upon a controlled vocabulary. Abby will share specific tools in the form of diagrams, beyond the ubiquitous sitemap and wireframe, which communicate complex ideas. And she’ll share techniques for practicing information architecture with clients collaboratively.

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Introducing the new website Bunk

by noreply@blogger.com (Karen Tani) @ Legal History Blog

We have recently learned of a new website, supported by the University of Richmond, that is sure to interest readers: Bunk: Rewiring American History. It is described as "a shared home for the web’s most interesting writing and thinking about the American past."


Here's a bit more, from an article about the venture in NiemanLab:
Bunk, which takes its name from the 1916 Henry Ford quote that “history is bunk,” launched in beta earlier this month. “A big part of this project is amplifying what’s already out there online,” said Tony Field, the site’s editor. “There’s so much great work being done online by scholars already. That includes blogs, conversations on social media between historians — there’s a very active community of historians on Twitter — not to mention all of the great digital archives all over the place, and digital humanities work based at universities and elsewhere. We were very interested in what it would mean to try to harness all of that energy and make it accessible to a broader audience of people who aren’t, say, historians on Twitter.” 
Content is presented in a mosaic format on the home page, featured in “Collections” on specific themes (“Monument Wars,” “Immigrants Not Welcome”), and searchable by theme (Money, Power, Family). The aggregated content includes a few paragraphs on Bunk’s site, then you click through to the publisher’s original site to finish. One big part of the vision is to highlight connections between disparate pieces of media. “We wondered what it would mean to build a machine that thinks like a historian,” Field said. The algorithm that links together related articles on the site is enabled by a team of student workers tagging content by theme, people named, timeframe, and place. “Can we replicate the experience of sitting with somebody who has training and a deep level of knowledge as she reads the newspaper?” Field said. “What sort of connections would be taking place in the mind of somebody like that, and can we share that experience with our audiences?”
Content that you'll find there now includes Walter Johnson's recent piece for the Boston Review, on how the spectre of Dred Scott haunts St. Louis, and a "collection" on voting rights and gerrymanderingFor an example of original content, see Sara Mayeux's recent piece on "Litigating the Line Between Past and Present." 

Stephanie Lemieux – More Than Words: Enterprise-level Taxonomy and Content Architecture

by ayac2002 @ IA Summit

This workshop teaches taxonomy development ideas that consider them not as a standalone structures for a single website or system, but as part of a unified enterprise content architecture. Learn how to harmonize between the needs of data management, marketing, and end users in building vocabularies, as well as what to do when those needs don’t align.

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Jennifer Briselli & Jennifer Smerdel – Participatory Service Design: Stop Designing for People and Start Designing with Them

by ayac2002 @ IA Summit

Participatory & service design methods bring users into the heart of the design process-- empowering them to be active participants in the creation of products, services, and experiences for themselves. When we move beyond the practice of designing for people and instead design with them, the outcomes are more innovative, human centered, and meaningful.

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Dekle on the Murder Trials of Abraham Lincoln

by noreply@blogger.com (Karen Tani) @ Legal History Blog

Recently out from Southern Illinois University Press: Prairie Defender: The Murder Trials of Abraham Lincoln (May 2017), by George R. Dekle, Sr. (independent scholar). A description from the Press:

According to conventional wisdom, Abraham Lincoln spent most of his law career collecting debt and representing railroads, and this focus made him inept at defending clients in homicide cases. In this unprecedented study of Lincoln’s criminal cases, George Dekle disproves these popular notions, showing that Lincoln was first and foremost a trial lawyer. Through careful examination of Lincoln’s homicide cases and evaluation of his legal skills, Dekle demonstrates that criminal law was an important part of Lincoln's practice, and that he was quite capable of defending people accused of murder, trying approximately one such case per year. 
Dekle begins by presenting the viewpoints of not only those who see Lincoln as a perfect lawyer whose only flaw was his inability to represent the wrong side of a case but also those who believe Lincoln was a less-than-honest legal hack. The author invites readers to compare these wildly different stereotypes with the flesh-and-blood Lincoln revealed in each case described in the book, including an axe murder suit in which Lincoln assisted the prosecution, a poisoning case he refused to prosecute for $200 but defended for $75, and a case he won by proving that a supposed murder victim was actually still alive. 
For each case Dekle covers, he first tells the stories of the feuds, arguments, and insults that led to murder and other criminal activity, giving a gripping view of the seamy side of life in nineteenth-century Illinois. Then he traces the course of the pretrial litigation, describes the trials and the various tactics employed in the prosecution and defense, and critiques the performance of both Lincoln and his adversaries. 
Dekle concludes that Lincoln was a competent, diligent criminal trial lawyer who knew the law, could argue it effectively to both judge and jury, and would use all lawful means to defend clients whether he believed them to be innocent or guilty. His trial record shows Lincoln to have been a formidable defense lawyer who won many seemingly hopeless cases through his skill as a courtroom tactician, cross-examiner, and orator. 
Criminal defendants who could retain Lincoln as a defense attorney were well represented, and criminal defense attorneys who sought him as co-counsel were well served. Providing insight into both Lincoln’s legal career and the culture in which he practiced law, Prairie Defender resolves a major misconception concerning one of our most important historical figures.

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Quand on en est à recourir à une intelligence artificielle pour faire un composition ou un arrangement, c'est qu'on a un niveau lamentable et qu'on serait incapable d'écrire un morceau de soi-même. Non, l'IA ne va pas ubériser des musiciens, elle va enrichir un max des petits minables qui ne savent ni chanter ni composer, comme cela se fait déjà avec auto-tune pour des chanteurs qui n'ont aucune technique vocale et qui ne savent pas chanter juste sans un logiciel pour les corriger. Mais tant que la majorité des gens prendront des vessies pour des lanternes et ne demanderont rien d'autre qu'un peu de son pour se trémousser dessus, ça marchera. Dire qu'avec toute sa technologie, l'homme du XXIième siècle est moins intelligent que l'homme préhistorique, lequel était capable de sculpter une flûte en os et d'y faire ses propres compositions sans logiciel pour trouver à sa place!

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Google Begins Rolling Out Its Latest Algorithm Update – Google Panda 4.2

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Google’s Gary Illyes has confirmed that Google started rolling out Panda update version 4.2 last weekend, affecting 2–3% of queries.

Google algorithm updates always rouse a storm on the internet community as they directly affect website rankings. The latest such refresh is Google Panda 4.2, which began on 18th July, 2015. However, the rollout is extremely slow and that’s the reason people didn’t notice it. According to Google, it may take months till the time we are able to notice any significant impact on the website rankings. It might also not affect all the pages of a website in the short run. Google officials were tight-lipped about why the rollout is so slow.

This refresh is happening just after 10 months from the last update that was rolled out in September last year. As Google algorithm updates keep on happening periodically, it’s considered to be the 30th such update.

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