AboutRuth has a PhD in computer science. Sometimes she is a university lecturer and sometimes a consultant.
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A book is one-to one experience. A secret you share. And when you close the book it leaves an opening in you – Jeanette Winterson When I was a teenager in English Class at school, I remember hearing a short … Continue reading
In 2002, I watched Stelarc at the CHI 2002 conference in Minneapolis, give his keynote speech entitled The body is obsolete. We used to talk a lot about obsolete software. Nowadays we mostly talk about giving software an upgrade. In … Continue reading
Like many usability consultants I have spent hours locked in rooms with strangers saying: “What do you think about this web page?” It is boring way to earn a living especially as you often know the answers and could tell … Continue reading
People are the weakest link in all computer systems. We hear about the best cryptography money can buy: integrity checking, sender/receiver identity authentication, digital signatures, and then someone leaves a list of passwords on a post-it note stuck above a … Continue reading