Polar Bear II Review

James McNally has a great review of Information Architecture for the World Wide Web, Volume 2 to round up this month's IA-focused Digital Web Magazine.

To be completely honest, trying to give you a taste of the content of this book is going to be a little bit like trying to take a drink from a fire hose. ... Information Architecture for the World Wide Web is an introductory course in a discipline of which we are all slowly becoming practitioners. That it is such an enjoyable course is due entirely to the knowledge and experience of the authors. Their humility, evident in their willingness to point the reader to other sources of information, is also refreshing.

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Plus an interview

There's an interview with Peter and Lou in the August 29 WebReference newsletter as well, which includes neat things like a list of the top 7 mistakes that information architects make.