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MixMeet: Live searching and browsing

Knowledge work is changing fast. Recent trends in increased teleconferencing bandwidth, the ubiquitous integration of “pads and tabs” into workaday life, and new expectations of workplace flexibility have precipitated an explosion of applications designed to help people collaborate from different places, times, and situations. Over the last several months the MixMeet team observed and interviewed […] → Read More: MixMeet: Live searching and browsing

MixMeet: Live searching and browsing

Knowledge work is changing fast. Recent trends in increased teleconferencing bandwidth, the ubiquitous integration of “pads and tabs” into workaday life, and new expectations of workplace flexibility have precipitated an explosion of applications designed to help people collaborate from different places, times, and situations. Over the last several months the MixMeet team observed and interviewed […] → Read More: MixMeet: Live searching and browsing

MixMeet: Live searching and browsing

Knowledge work is changing fast. Recent trends in increased teleconferencing bandwidth, the ubiquitous integration of “pads and tabs” into workaday life, and new expectations of workplace flexibility have precipitated an explosion of applications designed to help people collaborate from different places, times, and situations. Over the last several months the MixMeet team observed and interviewed […] → Read More: MixMeet: Live searching and browsing

MixMeet: Live searching and browsing

Knowledge work is changing fast. Recent trends in increased teleconferencing bandwidth, the ubiquitous integration of “pads and tabs” into workaday life, and new expectations of workplace flexibility have precipitated an explosion of applications designed to help people collaborate from different places, times, and situations. Over the last several months the MixMeet team observed and interviewed […] → Read More: MixMeet: Live searching and browsing

MixMeet: Live searching and browsing

Knowledge work is changing fast. Recent trends in increased teleconferencing bandwidth, the ubiquitous integration of “pads and tabs” into workaday life, and new expectations of workplace flexibility have precipitated an explosion of applications designed to help people collaborate from different places, times, and situations. Over the last several months the MixMeet team observed and interviewed […] → Read More: MixMeet: Live searching and browsing

Looking for volunteers for collaborative search study

We are about to deploy an experimental system for searching through CiteSeer data. The system, Querium, is designed to support collaborative, session-based search. This means that it will keep track of your searches, help you make sense of what you’ve already seen, and help you to collaborate with your colleagues. The short video shown below [...] → Read More: Looking for volunteers for collaborative search study

MyUnity, explained

We correct some of the misrepresentations of the technology that have crept into media accounts of MyUnity. → Read More: MyUnity, explained