'Colorless green ideas sleep furiously’ is a sentence composed by Noam Chomsky in 1957 as an example of a sentence whose grammar is correct but whose meaning is nonsensical. It was used to show inadequacy of the then-popular probabilistic models of grammar, and the need for more structured models.
These days the web gives me a similar impression as this curious phrase. Sometimes the phrase also reminds me of this blog.
Great case study of research+design iterative process: "Online Banking for Everyone: Designing for the Aging Brain" https://t.co/14ZSWs0tCu,Nov 24