Digilicious is a site which is interested in the constructed environment. This includes technology and architecture, from big (skyscrapers) to small (RFID chips). It also includes social structures and is particularly interested in the interaction between people and things. This interaction is everywhere, though not necessarily apparent. A person using a mobile phone, for instance, interacts directly with a handheld device, indirectly with a vast complex technical infrastructure, but ultimately with another human being (most of the time).
Digilicious is run by Andrew Stoltzfus, who lives in Seattle. He is particularly interested in Usability, Information Architecture, and Interaction Design, as these are the fields which most directly address issues arising from the built environment. He can be reached by email at: andrew -at- digilicious -dot- org.