- stamen design | Oakland Crimespotting update: the pie of time
Another novel way of slicing data / content: time of day.
(categories: interaction timeline ui infoviz stamen time )
- The Hacker Chick Blog: Plane Crashes, Software Failures, and other Human Errors
Quote: "… errors occur most often when a senior, experienced person is performing. In other words, even in these highly trained professions, it is not just about being skilled or knowledgeable enough – in fact, the more skilled you are, the more it can hurt you!"
(categories: aviation communication management )
- KeyView IDOL & Connectors
Currently connecting to over 400 content repositories and supporting over 1,000 file formats, Autonomy is uniquely able to aggregate and index any form of structured, semi-structured and unstructured data into a single index, regardless of where the file resides.
(categories: connector aggregator content indexing search )
- ISYS File Readers | Document Filter Alternative to INSO, KeyView and More
The newly released ISYS File Readers are an embeddable set of document filters for extracting text from any of the 200-plus, ISYS-supported file, container and email formats. Providing customers with a powerful and proven alternative to open-source options and similar solutions from INSO and KeyView, the ISYS File Readers are aimed at addressing the unique document filter and information access needs of applications that range from e-discovery and forensic analysis to open source search tools like Lucene.
(categories: lucene java file search indexing extraction )
- Ajaxian » MySpace open sources advanced browser performance tool for IE
Wow: Measure the CPU hit and memory footprint of your pages as they render on the client’s browser.
- Real-time systems hurting long-term knowledge?
Quote: "The other night Jeremiah Owyang told me that thought leaders should avoid spending a lot of time in Twitter or FriendFeed because that time will be mostly wasted. If you want to reach normal people, he argued, they know how to use Google.
And if you want to get into Google the best device — by far — is a blog. Yes, FriendFeed is pretty darn good too (it better be, it was started by a handful of superstars who left Google to start that company) but it isn’t as good as a blog and, Jeremiah argues, my thoughts were lost in the crowd most of the time anyway."
(categories: twitter facebook realtime search blogging )