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May 16, 2012: It's been a while

Yes, too long. Just some quick updates on what I've been up to in 2012:

  • Been teaching my Adaptable Information Architecture workshop; last one of the spring is May 23 in NYC (and, yes, still some seats open). Planning more cities for Rosenfeld Media's fall workshop tour—likely in Toronto, Minneapolis, NYC, and Tel-Aviv.
  • Hey, speaking of my workshop, Smashing Magazine just (minutes ago) published my very related article "Stop Redesigning And Start Tuning Your Site Instead".
  • Consulting for a couple select clients whose names I dare not speak. Yes, I continue to make a living as an information therapist.
  • Publishing new books like crazy! Rosenfeld Media has published eight titles so far, but it looks like—thanks to the perverse gods of scheduling—we'll double the catalog this year. John Ferrara's Playful Design debuts in a few days, and Rachel Hinman's The Mobile Frontier in a couple weeks. And we have about eight more in the pipeline (and more signings coming soon).
  • And traveling (and usually speaking) like crazy. Highlights include WebVisions (in NYC and, soon, Barcelona), UX Hong Kong, the IA Summit in New Orleans, and, in about an hour, this talk at Confab in Minneapolis.
  • Finally, planning something big that will launch in a couple weeks. In a nutshell, Rosenfeld Media 2.0. We'll tell you all about it in our next (free) newsletter.

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