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Structuring Personal Information When Everything Can Be...

Google TechTalksMay 17, 2006William JonesWilliam Jones is an Research Associate Professor in The Information School at the University of Washington where he manages the Keeping Found Things Found project (funded by the National Science Foundation , http://kftf.ischool.washington.edu/index.asp; see also http://pim.ischool.washington.edu/).ABSTRACTMany people are curators, consciously or not, of large and growing collections of personal information. People collect articles, books, magazines, recipes, songs, pictures, etc. They collect still more information with no clear subordinating category other than "stuff".Or, perhaps more accurately, the information itself "collects". People can...
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