That probably means I’m heading more toward… (March 3, 2004, 0) - Information storage and retrieval, augmented memory, personal
assistants, knowledge retrieval and representation.
Hey, how does this guy do related posts?
I think it would be cool if, while remembering, I saw a list of
More thoughts about my research interest (March 18, 2004, 0) - I _would_ very much like a text-based interface that allowed me to
easily navigate through all of the data in my personal store. Zoe
(http://zoe.nu/) looks interesting, but it’s outside the way I work.
I’m interested in the kind of massively hyperlinked personal
information management that you describe in TODL. Text-based
navigation through an automatically-extracted graph would be
As for implicit
CleverCS (February 6, 2004, 0) - From Amir on Orkut:
CleverCS is a forum for clever computer science ideas, particularly in more applied areas. The emphasis is on ideas that most people would understand without much technical expertise in the area. The ideas may come from recent publications or may merely be speculative discussions on possibly interesting new research directions.
The url is:
Discovering my inner librarian (December 1, 2005, 0) - Just as my friends and I have corrupted
Marcelle and brought out his
inner geek, Clair exposed my inner
librarian. And to think it all started when she convinced me to
bookmark stuff using del.icio.us… Now I’m
flipping through the course listings for the Faculty of Information
Studies and wondering how I can fit some of those courses into my
Thoughts on natural language processing and possible research (May 18, 2004, 0) - Hmm, needs more thought.
Wearable computing application: memory augmentation (personal
information management, elderly)
problems facing wearable computing (re information
- SPEECH-DRIVEN IMPLICIT QUERIES. A wearable computer can assist
human-human interaction by monitoring keywords in the conversation
and suggesting relevant information, which will be presented in the
background (visual, monophonic audio, spatially-located audio). A
limited-vocabulary speaker-dependent speech engine recognizes names
and keywords associated with personal