Wed 18 May 2011
- Saw and enjoyed last 3 papers of Photo Sharing session, especially Jones and O’Neill on relationship of photo metadata and sharing
- Will definitely discuss web credibility papers back at work. Need to read other 2 papers in that session.
- Not tweeting much during CHI 2011 itself: the wi-fi is totally overloaded so I can’t connect
- Larry Tesler’s talk was great. I knew he’s hugely important in HCI; I didn’t know he essentially invented cut/paste.
- Kumar et al’s Bricolage (applying existing website’s design to other sites) normalizes DOM. Can see this work applied to lots of other areas
- HyperSource by Bjoern Hartmann et al annotates lines of source code with related web browsing history. #want
- Wondering how HyperSource can scale up, e.g., web page on design pattern affects many lines of code
- Great to see utility of HCI work by Michael Toomim presented at CHI 2011. Eager to see how this work goes from here. +1 for soothing music.
- Bakke et al adds data types, arrays, references to spreadsheets, allowing them to natively model 1-to-many, many-to-many relationships