The Day Alertbox Died

“I have been reading Alertbox since 1995 and can honestly say that it kindled a desire to produce software that excites, empowers and delights people who u

“I have been reading Alertbox since 1995 and can honestly say that it kindled a desire to produce software that excites, empowers and delights people who use it. I have passed links onto dozens of people and deposited hard copies of articles on the desks of people who are too busy to waste time ‘surfing the net’. But all that has stopped in the last couple of years. I have felt that Alertbox was getting boring, and puff pieces for the Nielsen Norman Group seemed to predominate. Rather than trust my gut feeling, I decided to do some analysis on the Alertbox articles, sidebars, and readers comments from 1995 until today…”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE