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RE: [w3photo] Yay Greg!!

From: Shneiderman, Ben <ben@cs.umd.edu>
Date: Wed, 26 May 2004 11:54:23 -0400
Message-ID: <46EB7F79983B0740A6B16198F954DCE530AFA6@delegate.pc.cs.umd.edu>
To: "Mike Uretsky" <muretsky@stern.nyu.edu>, "Hendler, James" <hendler@cs.umd.edu>, <semantic-photolist@unitboy.com>

Dear photo fans,
 
  Let me add my compliments to all those who did the hard work to get the photo project launched.. especially Greg. Bravo!
 
  I hope we can now formulate a plan for the coming year, and attract sponsors to help us make the results visible.  I think the next challenge is to formulate clear scenarios of what a mature system would enable users to accomplish.  
 
  Of course we begin with the enjoyable aspects of finding pix of yourself and colleagues.  Then I think we should endeavor to be an intellectual resource to help users understand the evolution of the WWW community. I think the two-way tie in between the pix and the papers should be a primary goal.  Another interesting exploration might be to see if joint appearances of people in our photos are tied to shared interests, and maybe whether they predict future paper co-authorship.  
 
  What other scenarios do any of your think of?
 
  Regards from Seattle where I am at the NSF Digital Gov't conference... '
          best wishes... Ben Shneiderman

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Subject: Re: [w3photo] Yay Greg!!



That effort was one of the clear hihgpoints to the conference.

Mike

At 10:46 PM 5/22/2004, Jim Hendler wrote:
>Hey everyone - Greg did amazingly at the WWW conf and I think the photo
>project was a big hit -- Big hand for Greg (applause resounds) -- and
>also, of course, Monica, Libby and all the rest of you who worked this
>done great !!
>  -JH
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