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Vote for the best CIKM 2010 papers

CIKM 2010 is taking place right now in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.  I have collected all the papers in the IR track below.  Please take a moment to vote for those papers you think are the most provocative, innovative, startling, or otherwise interesting.  You can vote for up to 3 papers. I had to make a […] → Read More: Vote for the best CIKM 2010 papers

Vote for the best CIKM 2010 papers

CIKM 2010 is taking place right now in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.  I have collected all the papers in the IR track below.  Please take a moment to vote for those papers you think are the most provocative, innovative, startling, or otherwise interesting.  You can vote for up to 3 papers. I had to make a […] → Read More: Vote for the best CIKM 2010 papers

Vote for the best CIKM 2010 papers

CIKM 2010 is taking place right now in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.  I have collected all the papers in the IR track below.  Please take a moment to vote for those papers you think are the most provocative, innovative, startling, or otherwise interesting.  You can vote for up to 3 papers. I had to make a […] → Read More: Vote for the best CIKM 2010 papers

Vote for the best CIKM 2010 papers

CIKM 2010 is taking place right now in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.  I have collected all the papers in the IR track below.  Please take a moment to vote for those papers you think are the most provocative, innovative, startling, or otherwise interesting.  You can vote for up to 3 papers. I had to make a […] → Read More: Vote for the best CIKM 2010 papers

Vote for the best CIKM 2010 papers

CIKM 2010 is taking place right now in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.  I have collected all the papers in the IR track below.  Please take a moment to vote for those papers you think are the most provocative, innovative, startling, or otherwise interesting.  You can vote for up to 3 papers. I had to make a […] → Read More: Vote for the best CIKM 2010 papers

A Question of User Expectations

Ideally, a search engine would read the user’s mind. Shy of that, a search engine should provide the user with an efficient process for expressing an information need and then provide the user with results relevant to the that need. From an information scientist’s perspective, these are two distinct problems to solve in the information [...] → Read More: A Question of User Expectations

Ray Ozzie on the future of computing

Ray Ozzie leaving Microsoft as Chief Architect. In a farewell memo, dawn of a new day, he points to the future,Instead, to cope with the inherent complexity of a world of devices, a world of websites, and a world of apps & personal data that is sp… → Read More: Ray Ozzie on the future of computing

Best Paper Award–2nd in a Week!!!!

My paper with Yiannis Boutalis and Avi Arampatzis “ACCELERATING IMAGE RETRIEVAL USING BINARY HAAR WAVELET TRANSFORM ON THE COLOR AND EDGE DIRECTIVITY DESCRIPTOR" awarded as the BEST PAPER* at the “The Fifth International Multi-Conference on … → Read More: Best Paper Award–2nd in a Week!!!!

Google tablet strategy, or lack thereof

I wonder what Google is up to. They’ve announced that Froyo is not designed for tablets, and rumor has it that Honeycomb, the preferred Android tablet flavor (honeycomb a flavor? oh well), won’t ship until some time 2011. Of course there’s the also the possibility of Google Chrome tablets.
The message this sends to hardware vendors, [...] → Read More: Google tablet strategy, or lack thereof

Too much variety?

Tweetdeck recently published an interesting summary of their testing efforts for a Twitter client for Android. The short post enumerates the set of hardware and operating system versions they had to contend with in testing their software. I counted about 250 different devices and over 100 versions of the OS in the Tweetdeck charts in a [...] → Read More: Too much variety?