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Author Steve Krug is working on the second edition of the amazing Web usability book Don’t Make Me Think, and has asked for help in the editing from his email list subscribers. From his email list:

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Thanks for the feedback!
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All of your comments about what I can safely leave out of the second edition of Don’t Make Me Think have been extremely helpful, and they’ve resulted in some dramatic changes in how I’m approaching it.

If you haven’t posted your thoughts yet, there’s still time. I’m going to leave the discussion board up at www.quicktopic.com/30/H/4TBNjMrmyEK for another week.

If you haven’t read the book, make sure to pick it up. Even if you’ve not doing Web usability, it’s worth the read and has plenty of important lessons for those doing anything with the Web.

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