Chris Keane // Ernie Hacks
Del.icio.us I am a compulsive bookmarker, and I dream of the day when human-indexing once again drives search MadIrish Brother Justin’s personal website Matt Ludwig Art Direction and Graphic Design Matt is a designer, former business partner, and all-around nice guy Huned What can brown do for you? Lucy Schaeffer Photography Stunning editorial and wedding photography. Garrett Tezanos: Modern Day Classics Garrett’s online film editing portfolio. I’ve appeared in one of his films, but I don’t think it’s featured. Sigh. Meetup I am a proud former employee Flashlight Worthy Books Book recommendations for book clubs and casual readers. It’s a great site and I’m an advisor – what could posssibly go wrong? Dub and Reggae An online music and video community dedicated to dub and reggae. Dub Music OnlineA site strictly about dub music. Still working on this one… Widget Death Match! 2 widgets. 1 ring. No rules. Completely defunct. LAMP Security Security advisories, hardening open source tech, and more. Lost? Other Keanes You May Be Seeking To the best of my knowledge, I have no relation to any of these people or institutions. Keane, the massive IT company I hope I can enjoy the irony if my own tech…
An update of and extension to my product manager’s reading list. These resources that got me through the early stages of my prodman career. I bought and read nearly anything that seemed relevant to product and interface design, marketing, and production. The resources on this list are the standouts – many now live on my nightstand or workbench. They’re heavily skewed towards Internet product design (less low-tech, less marketing stuff, more design and usability). All of the Amazon links in this list use my Affiliate account so I’ll receive a commission if you purchase them after clicking a link. Product Management and Design Reading List Don’t Make Me Think: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability (2nd Edition) by Steve Krug This is the “aha” book for good product design. If you only read 1 product management book for the web, read this one. I will always be grateful to Peter Steinberg for “strongly recommending” that I read this book during my time at Meetup. If you just got assigned to “fix” a website or web-based app, stop sweating: you can read this in a day and sketch out an improvement strategy that will finally earn you that corner office.…
Today, by Jonathan Harris with Scott Thrift.
Woodkid – Iron