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Guided Exploration = Faceted Search, Backwards

Information Scent In the early 1990s, PARC researchers Peter Pirolli and Stuart Card developed the theory of information scent (more generally, information foraging) to evaluate user interfaces in terms of how well users can predict which paths will lead them to useful information. Like many HCIR researchers and practitioners, I’ve found this model to be […] → Read More: Guided Exploration = Faceted Search, Backwards

Guided Exploration = Faceted Search, Backwards

Information Scent In the early 1990s, PARC researchers Peter Pirolli and Stuart Card developed the theory of information scent (more generally, information foraging) to evaluate user interfaces in terms of how well users can predict which paths will lead them to useful information. Like many HCIR researchers and practitioners, I’ve found this model to be […] → Read More: Guided Exploration = Faceted Search, Backwards

Guided Exploration = Faceted Search, Backwards

Information Scent In the early 1990s, PARC researchers Peter Pirolli and Stuart Card developed the theory of information scent (more generally, information foraging) to evaluate user interfaces in terms of how well users can predict which paths will lead them to useful information. Like many HCIR researchers and practitioners, I’ve found this model to be […] → Read More: Guided Exploration = Faceted Search, Backwards

3D Photo Ring HD Update v2.3

3D Photo Ring is an iOS app that shows your photos in an interactive three-dimensional arrangement including a color sorting feature. The app also provides an interactive slideshow and can display EXIF meta-data.Now, a new update has been released, whi… → Read More: 3D Photo Ring HD Update v2.3

Google Tying Google Plus and Many More

Google’s new “Google Search Plus Your World” service favors Google Plus results at the expense of more popular social networks like Facebook and Twitter. These changes have prompted widespread concern, and rightly so. But in fact Google’s dubious tying… → Read More: Google Tying Google Plus and Many More

Google Tying Google Plus and Many More

Google’s new “Google Search Plus Your World” service favors Google Plus results at the expense of more popular social networks like Facebook and Twitter. These changes have prompted widespread concern, and rightly so. But in fact Google’s dubious tying… → Read More: Google Tying Google Plus and Many More

US Moves Toward Banning Photoshop In Cosmetics Ads

Article from Business Insider Procter & Gamble has agreed to never again run an ad for its CoverGirl mascara because it used “enhanced post-production” and “photoshopping” to make eyelashes look thicker than they were in real life. P&G agreed t… → Read More: US Moves Toward Banning Photoshop In Cosmetics Ads

MMM2012

Congratulation to the Klagenfurt team for the organization! Fantastic job. More Pictures From the Event → Read More: MMM2012

SWIRL ’12 looks at The Future of IR

SWIRL (http://www.cs.rmit.edu.au/swirl12/index.php) is a workshop series that aims to explore the long-range issues in information retrieval.  The 2012 meeting will take place next month in Lorne, Victoria, Australia. Participants were asked to nominate three papers that “represent important new directions, research areas, or results in the IR field.”  Since highlighting the bleeding (and soon-to-be-bleeding) edge […] → Read More: SWIRL ’12 looks at The Future of IR

SWIRL ’12 looks at The Future of IR

SWIRL (http://www.cs.rmit.edu.au/swirl12/index.php) is a workshop series that aims to explore the long-range issues in information retrieval.  The 2012 meeting will take place next month in Lorne, Victoria, Australia. Participants were asked to nominate three papers that “represent important new directions, research areas, or results in the IR field.”  Since highlighting the bleeding (and soon-to-be-bleeding) edge […] → Read More: SWIRL ’12 looks at The Future of IR