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May 23, 2003: PB2 in Korean

WARNING: narcissism ahead

The Korean translation of IA for the WWW (2nd edition) showed up today. Very cool.

Of course, I have no clue whether there is a market for IA in Korea, at least not right now. Korean information architects: are you out there? First person to send me a business card in Korean (scanned image will do) with the job title "information architect" on it will get a signed PB2 in return. And don't get tricky; I'm sure I can find someone to translate the card for me.

And while I'm feeling completely narcissistic, behold this cool photo of Bogie and me, together at last.

That's what happens to you when you spend a couple days in LA. Heads swell. Actually, I'm feeling pretty damned threatened by that hovering head. Maybe if I hold real still the giant Bogart won't notice me...

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Comment: misun (Jun 4, 2003)

Hi. I'm korean reader.
I work on IT(you know,website planner & design.)
I read 1st edition about 3years ago.
I wait for new book.
I got it(your 2 edition)~
Now I'm reading New edition.
1st Edition helped my study very much.
In days to come,I'd like to work on IA.

To be IA,
what ability does we have?
any Skill, any Experience, any scholarship etc..

Pleas advice me

Comment: Lou (Jun 4, 2003)

Hello Misun, greetings and welcome to the field. The book will help you get started and answer some of your questions; feel free to post additional questions here and maybe we can help.

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