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A screencast is worth a thousand words March 3, 2006

Posted by dfhuynh in firefox, research, semantic web.
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I was trying to explain to my gf what my research was all about, but it was hard to explain, and so I made a screencast. But before you watch this screencast, try the following:

  1. go to http://www.amazon.com/
  2. search for "typography"
  3. tell me how many paperback books on typography published in 2004, 2005, and 2006 you have found

Was it easy for you to do that? Did you try to look for a Sort by Year feature?… Now watch the screencast:

http://people.csail.mit.edu/dfhuynh/research/media/UIST%202006/uist2006.swf (11 Mb)

[April 3rd, 2006] Updated to new version:

http://people.csail.mit.edu/dfhuynh/research/papers/uist2006-augmenting-web-sites.mov (23 Mb, 3 min) 

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1. Richard Cyganiak - April 3, 2006

This looks very cool. The mother of all screenscrapers 😉

2. Jari - June 19, 2006

Poor that my notebook doesn’t have Quicktime installed yet.

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