Another strange mix today. In amongst the Chuck Norris (I finally found one I liked!), and more gorgeous work from SoFake (yes. I’m a fan, but I think I’m almost done now), there’s a bunch of interesting but more academic stuff around searching and navigating. Interesting, if you’r into that kind of thing.
via attariboy. here’s a site from which you can steal (his words!) all kinds of buttony goodness. Its particularly useful for all those feed type buttons that you’re likely to want, but this guys has buttons for every conceivable purpose… button to the extreme.
Steven Tripp: Learning is like navigation in space. Human declarative learning has a spatial navigation basis. The evidence for this comes from animal navigation research and human brain studies. The two forms of navigation correspond to two forms of d
The emphasis in much information seeking research at the current time is on the social and cultural context of human interaction with information. This effort is highly desirable, but is incomplete. The model to be developed here has integration as its o
The two predominant paradigms for finding information on the Web are browsing and keyword searching. While they exhibit complementary advantages, neither paradigm alone is adequate for complex information goals
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