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Chris McEvoy, the guy who claims to love HCI but hate web usability, has a nice feature at his site called Userati. Through Google, he tracks references to celebrities within the interactive design community, such as Jakob Nielsen, Lou Rosenfeld and Henrik Olsen (how this punk ended up on this list, I don’t know…).
More interestingly, he also tracks articles, and has lists of most recent and most popular articles featured at popular usability and web development related sites. Quite neat…
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