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A little over a year ago, Johnny Lee came to UW’s CSE department to talk about the impact of his wiimote head-tracking video on YouTube.  As part of his talk, he had what he called something like the pyramid of impressions.  While an academic paper may have 10 readers, a white-paper may have 100.  A […]



At the very glimpse or thought of this word, many people cringe. I’ve gotta confess that I don’t understand the animosity. I’ve been less than a year at my job, and it’s becoming clear why we’re encouraged to write specifications of our features from so many different angles.  It’s nearly impossible for someone else to […]