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Lessons from HCI Classics

January 6, 2011


Recently I’ve been reading what the HCI people I know called ‘classics’, including several titles such as: Things That Make Us Smart by Donald Norman The Humane Interface by Jef Raskin As an IR graduate student who have mostly known the world of retrieval models and TREC-style evaluations, these books help me understand the cognitive […]

Book Review – Personal Information Management (1)

September 2, 2009


If you’re looking for a overview of current status of PIM research, the book titled ‘Personal Information Management’ by William Jones and Jaime Teevan is definitely the best (and maybe only) choice. I have known William Jones and his PIM research group in UW for a long time and they have pioneered the research efforts […]