Archives for August 2005
“How can visualisations aid thinking?” This was the central question at a small symposium on Think Tools last weekend. IMO, they can probably relieve a certain constraint which one might identify to constrict thinking. Read more….
Finally I had a chance to see Deepa Mehta in action, the Semantic Desktop System whose description I recently reviewed. Read more….
On my this year’s bicycle tour, I learned a lot about the relationship between navigation in the virtual vs. real world: I discovered another reason for the continuous annoyance with bicycle path signposting. And I became more aware about the problems of zooming on virtual as opposed to real geographical maps. Read more….
Despite of vacation, a quick link to yet another great idea of M. Böttger. She suggests (in German) a differential psychology approach for studying the filing behavior of people.