It was, of course, there all the time.

I seem to be continually proving to myself that the best way to find something you've misplaced is to look for something else. While preparing this column I tried to find where in previous columns I'd referred to Jakob Nielsen, but I couldn't link to where that was if I couldn't find it myself.

But I have other things that call out to be found in these columns, and while looking for one of those I stumbled onto the Nielsen link. Of course it was there, and of course that was the obvious place to look for it. Or at least with hindsight it's the obvious place. Since Nielsen deals frequently with reading styles on the web, all that I really had to do was check out the Boidem column that dealt with that topic. Or stumble across it, which is often just as effective as a search function, just a great deal slower.

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