Information Archiving with Bookmarks: Personal Web Space Construction and Organization (1998)

by David Abrams , Ron Baecker, et al.
Venue:ACM SIGCHI '98
Citations:141 - 1 self

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10 Human Factors of Personal Web Information Spaces – David Abrams - 1997
27 Once found, what then?: A study of 'keeping' behaviors in the personal use of web information – William Jones, Susan Dumais, Harry Bruce - 2002
56 Keeping Found Things Found on the Web – William Jones, Harry Bruce, Susan Dumais - 2001
Analysis of Public Library Users ’ Digital Preservation Practices – Andrea J. Copeland
58 Stuff goes into the computer and doesn't come out”: A cross-tool study of personal information management – Richard Boardman - 2004
82 Elastic Windows: Evaluation of Multi-Window Operations – Eser Kandogan, Eser K, Ben Shneiderman - 1997
10 Exploring memory in email re-finding – David Elsweiler, Mark Baillie, Ian Ruthven
2 Planning Personal Projects and Organizing Personal Information – William Jones, Harry Bruce, Austin Foxley, Charles F. Munat
36 A City Metaphor to Support Navigation in Complex Information Spaces – Andreas Dieberger - 1998
WebStickers: Using Physical Tokens to Access, Manage and Share Bookmarks to the Web – Peter Ljungstr, Johan Redström, Lars Erik Holmquist
244 Stuff I've seen: A system for personal information retrieval and re-use – Susan Dumais, Edward Cutrell, JJ Cadiz, Gavin Jancke, Raman Sarin, Daniel C. Robbins - 2003
2 The effect of folder structure on personal file navigation – Ofer Bergman, Steve Whittaker, Mark Sanderson, Rafi Nachmias, Anand Ramamoorthy - 2010
38 Designing Information-Abundant Web Sites: Issues and Recommendations – Ben Shneiderman - 1997
2 Instructional Web Sites Design: An Object-Oriented Approach – Thomas Zschocke - 2002
Limitation of the Memory – Christofer Rydenfält
1 Considering Human Memory in PIM – David Elsweiler
Before and After: User’s Knowledge Maturity within Personal Information Management – Azrina Kamaruddin, Novia Admodisastro, Alan Dix
74 Lifestreams: An Alternative to the Desktop Metaphor – Scott Fertig, Eric Freeman, David Gelernter - 1996