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IA Summit Program

The IA Summit 2009 program looks to be stellar once again: I’m particularly excited about the keynote speaker: Michael Wesch–a real live anthropologist and forerunner in the field of digital ethnography. In my talk on ethnography at the Euro IA

IA Summit Program

The IA Summit 2009 program looks to be stellar once again: I’m particularly excited about the keynote speaker: Michael Wesch–a real live anthropologist and forerunner in the field of digital ethnography. In my talk on ethnography at the Euro IA

Carousel Navigation (was rotating navigation)

I previously blogged on what I was calling rotating navigation–for lack of a better term. Mia Nothrop, from Razorfish, thankfully corrected me on the label. It’s widely referred to as a carousel or carousel navigation. See the Yahoo design pattern

Carousel Navigation (was rotating navigation)

I previously blogged on what I was calling rotating navigation–for lack of a better term. Mia Nothrop, from Razorfish, thankfully corrected me on the label. It’s widely referred to as a carousel or carousel navigation. See the Yahoo design pattern

Information Search Experience Revisted

The name of this blog–Experiencing Information–was inspired by two people. First, Andrew Dillon is quoted as saying “data is stored, information is experienced.” He’s done a lot of work on the concept of information shape and document genre to show

Information Search Experience Revisted

The name of this blog–Experiencing Information–was inspired by two people. First, Andrew Dillon is quoted as saying “data is stored, information is experienced.” He’s done a lot of work on the concept of information shape and document genre to show

Separate Tags with Commas

Tagging, in general, leverages natural language. You tag as you would normally speak or use language in every-day life. And that’s a strength of tagging–one that makes it popular and scalable and usable and all that good stuff. Why, then,

Separate Tags with Commas

Tagging, in general, leverages natural language. You tag as you would normally speak or use language in every-day life. And that’s a strength of tagging–one that makes it popular and scalable and usable and all that good stuff. Why, then,

Veranstaltung in Hamburg, 2009

Aufgrund der positiven Resonanz und zahlreicher Nachfragen veranstaltet NetFlow zwei Workshops mit mir auch in 2009. Die Workshops werden auf Deutsch gehalten. 26. Januar 09 – Workshop I: “Prinzipien der Informationsarchitektur“ 27. Januar 09 – Workshop II: “Elemente des Navigationsdesigns“

Veranstaltung in Hamburg, 2009

Aufgrund der positiven Resonanz und zahlreicher Nachfragen veranstaltet NetFlow zwei Workshops mit mir auch in 2009. Die Workshops werden auf Deutsch gehalten. 26. Januar 09 – Workshop I: “Prinzipien der Informationsarchitektur“ 27. Januar 09 – Workshop II: “Elemente des Navigationsdesigns“

Open Shevles Classification

This isn’t exactly new, but I wanted to post on it anyway. Library Thing is trying to get an open-source-like project for classification for to replace Dewey going. It’s called the Open Shelves Classification. Back in my library days, I

Open Shevles Classification

This isn’t exactly new, but I wanted to post on it anyway. Library Thing is trying to get an open-source-like project for classification for to replace Dewey going. It’s called the Open Shelves Classification. Back in my library days, I

Syntopicon

My previous post pointed to activities at Google for automatically extracting quotes from books and linking them together. In his talk in this project, Google research Bill Schilit mentioned the Great Books of the Western World project and the Syntopicon.

Syntopicon

My previous post pointed to activities at Google for automatically extracting quotes from books and linking them together. In his talk in this project, Google research Bill Schilit mentioned the Great Books of the Western World project and the Syntopicon.