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  Thursday, September 23, 2004

If you are now (or have ever been) an information architect, Lou Rosenfeld wants to hear from you:

Complete a Brief Survey on IA Trends?. I've just set up a really short survey (really, it is short!) to detect past and future trends regarding where information architects work, and how much of their work is dedicated to IA. You don't have to have the title "information architect" to complete the survey; IA just needs to have been some aspect of your job at some point over the past ten years. I'd be indebted if you'd blog, forward, or otherwise share the survey; the more responses the better. I'll probably leave this survey open for a week; results will be shared right here on Bloug in a week or two. Many thanks!... [Bloug]

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"The first question I ask myself when something doesn't seem to be beautiful is why do I think it's not beautiful. And very shortly you discover that there is no reason." 

Besides being a fascinating composer, John Cage wrote some pretty cool stuff, too. I read his books long ago (in college, I think, when I was supposed to be reading something else), and I consider his writings to have been an early introduction to Zen for me.

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