In Chapter 9 of the long-awaited new edition of Tidwell’s seminal Designing Interfaces: Patterns for Effective Interaction Design, she includes a kind shout-out to Designing Social Interfaces (on page 394, “What This Chapter Does Not Cover”).
Neil MacDonald reviews Designing Social Interfaces at his site Perpetual Prototype: An Information Architecture Blog, writing
If you are considering designing a site with social features, this book is a must read.
Web Semantics: Information Architecture of Social Experience Design (Beyond the Beyond), Bruce Sterling likes me, he really likes me!(following from Mark Vanderbeeken’s Putting People First, itself picking up on a link from InfoDesignabout the ASIS&T bulletin article) …subsequently echoed by Cory Doctorow on BoingBoing
Get to the Point (Ribbit Developer Platform), Brendan Lee reflects on Overlap
Overlap 09 (Near Future Laboratory), Julian Sanchez depicts some of our prototype pattern cards and a “why are you here” sketch I made on an index card