Books, Books, Books.

I got some information today about my book: ISBN and a Title. So things are going well with it.

I also had a chance to pick-up the book Rich Dad, Poor Dad. I even recommended it to my folks.

I went to the library the other day and picked up 6 books un usability, they all seem to say the same thing and none of it is very scientific. It seems they use a lot of things that overlap like 'navigation ease' and then have a completely separate quantity called 'efficiency'. I mean doesn't one have influence on another?

I have another theory, which harkens back to graph theory and combinatorics. My thought is usability is all about page transitions (Mechanical, Visual, Artificial, and Cognitive), it's the sum those transitions that either make an application easy to use or difficult…