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My friend Kayla (she's the I in this post) had some feedback as well as some
questions on this post...
> GUI design list serve--SUMMARY
> Three lists were recommended. One was the ACM SIGCHI list. I have been
> subscribed to it for a week, but I haven't received any
I'd recommend the Bay-CHI list. I think you can find subscription
information at www.baychi.org. If not there, then check www.peterme.com
and look in the resources section. (peterme is a good ui resource web
site in general). .....
I would also recommend www.webword.com but the owner is currently having
some major site problems due to issues with his isp. But keep checking
back -- the site is awesome for ui stuff.