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AppRising is written by Geoff Daily, who covers broadband applications and the business of online video. Based in Washington, DC, Geoff regularly advises applications developers, network operators, community leaders, and public officials on how to maximize adoption and use of the Internet.

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October 30, 2007 2:11 PM

My Favorite Pasttime: Interface Hunting

As regular readers may have noted, I have a strong affinity for interface design. Computers offer untold opportunity for creating new ways to interact with information, a reality often pushed to its furthest reaches online through broadband.

Whether an interface introduces a new paradigm in accessing information or simply looks cool, I always find excitement when I stumble upon examples of extreme interfaces in action.

Along these lines, earlier today I stumbled upon a fascinating list of 10 "Awe-Inspiring Interactive Websites".

Be forewarned that some of these sites take a while to load (or at least they do on my wireless card), and some of them contain content you may find disturbing. And I didn't click on every link to make sure that I'm not linking to any content that some may find offensive and/or not safe for work.

But if you're like me and enjoy being exposed to the infinite possibilities of broadband-enabled interfaces, then I encourage to be bold, click through, and see what this new world has to offer.


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