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You may have noticed on more recent tweak to the Rosenfeld Media main page: we now feature recent author postings from our book sites alongside general announcements (like this one). Want to keep up with our authors' postings via RSS? Piece of cake.

We've been working on getting Nate Bolt and Tony Tulathimutte to write a book on remote user research for a couple years now. Through their work at Bolt | Peters, purveyors of Ethnio, a remote research service, they've become experts at leveraging new technologies to study users in their native habitats.

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As part of our new Future Practice webinar series, we'll be interviewing presenters to give you a preview of what they'll cover. Next up is author and Adaptive Path co-founder Indi Young.

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Starting in January 2009, we'll be organizing a series of monthly show-and-tell discussions about UX books, their design, and their topics. During the first part of the year, we'll hold them at interaction'09, SXSW, the IA Summit, and the UPA annual conference, as well as at various New York City-area design firms. Subscribe to the Rosenfeld Media feed or mailing list, or follow louisrosenfeld on Twitter to keep in the loop. More on the salon tour at Lou's blog.

As part of our new Future Practice webinar series, we'll be interviewing presenters to give you a preview of what they'll cover.

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Other than the fact that Luke Wroblewski is clearly the hardest working man in user experience (just look at all those talks!), the big events news is the new Future Practice Webinar series, co-produced by Smart Experience and Rosenfeld Media.

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Though it’s not quite as exciting as, say, today’s elections here in the US, we’re thrilled to show off the covers of our next three books.

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