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Ambient findability

著者: Peter Morville
出版商: Sebastopol, CA : O'Reilly, ©2005.
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Looks at the social aspects of information retrieval and the technology of searching the Internet for all kinds of information.
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所有的著者/提供者: Peter Morville
ISBN: 0596007655 9780596007652
OCLC号码: 65183407
描述: xiv, 188 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), col. maps ; 23 cm.
内容: 1. Lost and found. --
Definition --
Information literacy --
Business value --
Paradise lost --
2. A brief history of wayfinding. --
All creatures great and small --
Human wayfinding in natural habitats --
Maps and charts --
The built environment --
Wayfinding in the noosphere --
The web --
The Baldwin effect --
3. Information interaction. --
Defining information --
Information retrieval --
Language and representation --
The people problem --
Information interaction --
4. Intertwingled. --
Everyware --
Wayfinding 2.0 --
Findable objects --
Imports --
Exports --
Convergence --
Asylum --
5. Push and pull. --
Marketing --
Design --
Findability hacks --
Personalization --
Ebb and flow --
6. The sociosemantic web. --
Us and them --
The social life of metadata --
Documents --
A walk in the park --
7. Inspired decisions. --
Bounded irrationality --
Informed decisions --
Network culture --
The body politic --
Information overload --
Graffiti theory --
Sources of inspiration --
Ambient findability --
Index.
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Looks at the social aspects of information retrieval and the technology of searching the Internet for all kinds of information.

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Who is this book for? If you have read many of the more negative reviews on Amazon, you will know that the more expert someone is in the realm of tagging and social software, the more disappointed they are. This book is a wide-ranging thought piece, and it is excellent for those who are new to the...
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