Usability thesis

Today I met with Niklas Zennström to discuss IT, entrepreneurship and Sweden’s climate to allow for innovation and growth. Of course, we came to talk quite a lot about the role of our universities in the context. Niklas confessed that when when he was a student, the university didn’t do anything in particular to encourage and supporte him in his entrepreneurship. It wasn’t before he came to Kinnevik that he learned what he needed in order to develop his innovative ideas and put them into thriving businesses. He said, however, that universities really have developed in this area since then and that it is now much better.

I’ve read your excellent book on Google Maps API3, and I try to reproduce one of the examples of Chap 7 about creating a detailed map.
I just added the input of an address (through jQuery autocomplete) and the geocoding of that address to get a pair of coordinates.
So the map has 1 marker. Now, the problem: if I click the marker, the Infowindow opens with the correct content. If I close the infowindow and re-click the marker it does not open anymore !! And I have no idea about how it’s like that ???
If I changed the address, I’m not any more able to open the infowindow ??
So the infowindow opens only once in my page !! Please help…
Below, the code of the page:

If I went to a doctor and said “Tell me how to diagnose a patient,” or I went to a judge and said “Tell me how to interpret the law,” or I went to an artist and said “Tell me how to be creative,” do you think they would be able give me a few sentences that completely answer my question and prepare me for professional work as a doctor, judge, or artist? If they had spent years as students learning their subject matter, and additional years teaching or writing a textbook on their specialty, they might be very good in their professions but I’d bet they’d all find it tough to answer such a question in any meaningful way.

Usability thesis

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