16 March 2008 6:40 PM (edward tufte | tufte | poetry | slumping beast)
Edward Tufte speaks and writes about the iPhone. Interesting stuff. Tufte's radical perspectives on interface are quite interesting to me as a marginal player in the computing world.
The things I do are a bit odd, off-beat, but that's fine: I don't have many institutional constraints. I can build any kind of pixel combination that I want. So onward minimal infocentric interfaces, and onward those hacking for unchanneled goals.
I am terribly, terribly ignorant regarding poetry. Still, in reference to verse: WCW's This is just to say. Yeats' The second coming. And regarding the rest: ignorance. Unknown territories worthy of exploration? Please comment.
 radical: of or going to the root or origin; fundamental
 I just mistyped "build" as "guile"