December 2010

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From “lean forward” to “in your face”: when data finds you.

December 10, 2010

By Jason Wilson Over at Scholarly Kitchen today, Joe Esposito has a terrific post on “sensor publishing“, or how publishers might utilize the data created by our cell phones as we move about the planet. Sensor publishing is the opposite of face-down publishing. Face-down publishing has at its center the interface between a human and [...]

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Law Librarian Conversations: The Future of Interface Design

December 8, 2010

By Jason Wilson This Friday, I’ll be on Law Librarian Conversations with Ed Walters (CEO, Fastcase) and Tom Boone (Reference Librarian, Loyola Law School) sharing my thoughts on the future of interface design in legal research. In advance of the program, I wanted to post a few notes and links that may find their way [...]

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