Picture This! OAH Session Follow-Up, Part 1
OK, from the sublime to the mundane.
Picture This! Part 1: The Polls, a preliminary analysis of the polls for the Picture This! OAH session, is available, at last. For those who are not familiar with the project, Picture This! was an experimental session that attempted to transcend the boundaries of a face-to-face conference session and to explore the relationship of design and history on the Web.
Although the polls are closed, visitors can take a look at the poll results at the Picture This! Polling Site or make a comments on any of the examples or the project as a whole at the Picture This! Blog. Next up is an analysis of the blog comments, so get your oar in while you still can.
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