Category Archives: Information Interaction

Deep Zoom

This isn’t new, but I just came across Deep Zoom from MS. It’s based on their Seadragon technology, and it requires Silverlight. Check out the Hard Rock Cafe collection of memorabilia. Combined with a faceted navigation on the left, you

Deep Zoom

This isn’t new, but I just came across Deep Zoom from MS. It’s based on their Seadragon technology, and it requires Silverlight. Check out the Hard Rock Cafe collection of memorabilia. Combined with a faceted navigation on the left, you

Navigation Menu Trends

A few months ago there was an interesting story in Smashing magazine that spotted some new trends in web navigation menus. By and large, the trends identified are seen from a visual design standpoint, including some style trends. I’ve been

Navigation Menu Trends

A few months ago there was an interesting story in Smashing magazine that spotted some new trends in web navigation menus. By and large, the trends identified are seen from a visual design standpoint, including some style trends. I’ve been

Euro IA 2007 – Navigating the Long Tail

I’d like to post some thoughts about presentations I saw at the Euro IA 2007 Conference. Already mentioned Are’s presentation. Here’s a summary of mine, which is essentially the last slide in my presentation (available on SlideShare) that sums everything

Euro IA 2007 – Navigating the Long Tail

I’d like to post some thoughts about presentations I saw at the Euro IA 2007 Conference. Already mentioned Are’s presentation. Here’s a summary of mine, which is essentially the last slide in my presentation (available on SlideShare) that sums everything

Daylife Enhancements and Changes

I started using Daylife just after it first launched. Since then I dropped if from my “Daily Stuff” tabs in FireFox that I usually open simulatenously when I go online. I liked a lot of things about the service, but

Daylife Enhancements and Changes

I started using Daylife just after it first launched. Since then I dropped if from my “Daily Stuff” tabs in FireFox that I usually open simulatenously when I go online. I liked a lot of things about the service, but

SlideCasting: 99% Good

The smart folks over at SlideShare came up with a powerful new service for the site: SlideCast. Haven’t used it yet, but it looks to be fairly simple and a good idea overall. Personally, I never considered PowerPoint to be

SlideCasting: 99% Good

The smart folks over at SlideShare came up with a powerful new service for the site: SlideCast. Haven’t used it yet, but it looks to be fairly simple and a good idea overall. Personally, I never considered PowerPoint to be

Interactive Map of Political Donations

Matt Hurst over at Data Mining: Text Mining, Visualization and Social Media points to this interactive map on the NY Times website to track political campaign funding. I guess I’m spoiled by the Trendalyzer mentioned in my previous post, but

Interactive Map of Political Donations

Matt Hurst over at Data Mining: Text Mining, Visualization and Social Media points to this interactive map on the NY Times website to track political campaign funding. I guess I’m spoiled by the Trendalyzer mentioned in my previous post, but

News Cues

There’s a interesting study in the February issue of JASIST about which elements are most important for determining credibility of news stories on automated news aggregator pages, like Google News. [1] Though the findings might be obvious (there’s nothing wrong

News Cues

There’s a interesting study in the February issue of JASIST about which elements are most important for determining credibility of news stories on automated news aggregator pages, like Google News. [1] Though the findings might be obvious (there’s nothing wrong