I am toying around with the idea to write some articles based on the high experience density on this list. My situation, coming straight from my education to setup my position on a medium sized company where it didn't existed before, leads to questions valuable for other newcomers who might want to do just the same. It is a experience which leads to questions why things are and how they are from a fresh point of view. When you're doing you Masters (or Bachelor), the main focus is more about "what is interaction design" than "how is it to be an interaction designer in an company as a professional". The every days' life of an interaction designer might seem obvious if your organisation has enough experience with it, but it is certainly not when your organisation hasn't any. As a newcomer to this list I found answers of the experiences from the more seasoned interaction designers deeply invaluable.
Three simple questions:
1. How many books do you know about "What does it mean to be an interaction designer"?
2. If I would write such article which organisations (for example similar to ixda.org) would be possibly be interested to publish these articles?
3. a)Would any of you see the value of such articles? b)What do you think would be interesting issues based on your own experiences?