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Better User Experience Podcast #11: How Viral Content Aids Usability

October 24, 2011 Leave a comment

I’m back from a wild mild paddle down a surprisingly chilly Suwanee River in Florida – Rested and Ready for all things usability.

On this week’s show, Ben brings me up to speed on entropy* and we talk about the implications of viral content for web usability and SEO.

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-Newman

Here is my first cut at the show notes:

Suwannee River Wilderness Trail

Suwannee River Wilderness Trail - Florida State Park

Suwannee River Wilderness Trail
8:45 John Perry Barlow The Economy of Ideas– “information is alive, come to Jesus moment”
18:20 – “your site is a lake” (and it should be a river)
25:00 – viral and Newman sings the Hamster Dance song –  Viral enables relationships
29:11 – Know Your Meme http://knowyourmeme.com
32:00 – http://www.penny-arcade.com/ marketing / http://www.allisnotlo.st – Chrome OK-Go experience
35:30- reduce friction –
38:19- Cracked.com
42:30- SEO and UX

* Note: “up to speed on entropy”… I see what you did there. – Ben