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Re: [ba-unrev-talk] introduction (was Re: ICADL call for short papers)

Motoring around your site, I landed on: http://vizbang.com/iaml/
"IAML is an XML syntax designed to be a very simple way of placing a few 
kinds of media objects (images, 3D shapes, chunks of text and audio clips) 
in a 3D space and to allow navigation between them with links."    (01)

That work appears to have ended when you moved to Santa Barbara.  Anything 
happening with it since the move?    (02)

Jack    (03)

At 10:17 AM 7/25/2002 -0700, you wrote:
>Speaking of DLI-II, now seems to be a good time to introduce myself.  I
>can't remember what I was looking for when I stumbled across the list the
>other day, but I've been inspired by Dr. Engelbart's work for a long time
>now and I'm happy to see if there's some way I might participate.
>I'm currently on research staff with the Alexandria Digital Library at UC
>Santa Barbara, in the digital earth group specifically.  My professional
>interests include advanced (and/or wacky :)) interfaces, knowledge
>organization, information visualization and hypertext systems.  My
>occasionally up to date homepage here at the project is
>There are links there to the paper and slides I recently presented at the
>JCDL (Portland) workshop on information visualization; the slides may not
>make much sense, but the paper is a decent enough overview of some of the
>recent thinking of the group here.
>Before joining this project about a year ago, I worked at a couple of
>different startups in the bay area, including (briefly) one of my own.
>See vizbang.com for a few more details on this.  Vizbang was headed
>towards eventually being a general visualization based front end for a
>hypertext system (ergo the Ted Nelson quote on the front page there); it
>ended up being a bit more of an engineering challenge than I thought it'd
>be, but I still think it's got potential.  I'm on an only slightly
>divergent track with what I'm working on here and will probably end up
>implementing some of the ideas I had there eventually.
>Nice to be here, and I'm looking forward to an interesting collaboration
>with you all.
>dan    (04)