me, 2.0: jose nazario
beauty and the street
relief outside the archeology museum
according to Email
overload: exploring personal information management of email i fit the
model of a "spring cleaner". i'm still looking for a good email client
on a UNIX console that meets my needs (mutt most certainly does not). and
this paper was written in 1996!
a quick look at mmr makes it
seem quite useful for my needs. it's a curses based mail reader, has sane
key bindings, and has a few more features than pine, like full message
text searching. it's missing a few key things for me though: expunging
marked messages, tagging (ie to save to a folder), and support for draft
messages. i think i'll stop using it for a while. found via a list of freely
available Mail clients on the mahogany project site. not all of the
clients are console based, but a few are.
following a few links around from rick, a great list of cognitive science and HCI,
which is where i'm starting to look for better information managent
i found a thesis from Kerry Rodden that explores image grouping and classification based on similarity metrics. very neat stuff.
i recently posted on paperchasin about Scatter/Gather,
a neat way of clustering large data set results. now, this is where it gets
pretty neat: a grad student at duke has created news clues, which can
actually use the scatter/gather approach to classify found articles.
very, very cool work. also see google/gather which
does sort of the same thing.
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