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Webleau progress (Liquid Space)
Hi, this is a quick update on Webleau (Web Tableau) part of my suite of ideas for how I’d like information systems to work. A guiding principle for me is that people should be able to get a feel for what’s going on and it should be “easy to do the right thing”, rather than a chore. Try the current work in progress here: http://www.soton.ac.uk/~totl/webleau/ The webleau idea is based on an older tool I made, wiki explorer, which was a tool for exploring wikipedia, linked data and other graphs of information. It used <canvas> and didn’t save well, nor did I really think about how to load/save things. None…
Tools Panel Session
Thank you for being a part of the ‘Thoughts for Tools: Developing Through A Doug Lens’ panel session I am hosting at the 50th anniversary of Doug Engelbart’s demo. We will not have a lot of time but we have an important task: To inspire someone in the audience on the day or in the future to actually build something which both augments their intellect and which is built in a manner which can allow for bootstrapping and participating in the C-Level of activities. I would very much appreciate it if you could write a brief statement on this now, to help us align and think about this. If you…
KnowFlow in a visual knowledge management enviroment for collaborative groups. Collaborative SAAS, purely web-based multi-user application. Although it is been created as a part of Neuroweb platform, it seems, that roots behind Douglas Engelbart conceptual framework and Neuroweb conceptual framework are the same. As one can see when reading D.Engelbart’s group documents, cognitive science concepts were used in a context very similar to what is considered to be a conceptual framework of Cultural–historical psychology approach, based on undestanding of concept developement and role of symbolic representations in development of psyche and culture. One can see citations of authors connected to cultural-historical psychology throughout the works of Engelbart’s group, i.e. of…
In tomorrow’s meeting with Vint, Chris, Gyuri and Shane we will be talking about: Citation copying which are high resolution copies with author information and other meta data by Chris, to be shown on this page. Graphical views of blogs, essential two riffs of what I was working on with Dynamic Views which both Chris and Gyuri have worked on independently and which we will work to integrate. This also touches on the hyperGlossary work and the work the knowledge graph group is working on. Search Own Blog. We will also briefly discuss how themes can help some of the issues of finding ones own work for inclusion in new…