I've been experimenting with a few new tools for reading the IxDA list. They've helped me get
more out of these discussions lately, so I thought I'd invite the other long-suffering digest
readers to try them out.
The main page gathers the IxDA discussion archives (from dreamhost.com) into a blog-like
interface. You'll see the entire month's posts in a sidebar organized by conversation (ala
Gmail or Outlook) as well as the comments in a thread all stitched back together onto one
page. Link to any thread or jump to the most recent comment in a post. You can even reply
directly from the page.
There's an RSS feed for new topics if you'd rather watch the list from your newsreader. You
can also search the past two years of archives by topic or by author and view the results over
time. Find everything we've ever written about usability or ethnography, watch questions
about the mac menu surface every couple of months or search for "listera" in the fall of 2004.