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Название: Keeping Found Things Found. The Study and Practice of Personal Information Management
Автор: Jones W.
"Keeping Found Things Found is the missing manual for 21st century literacy. We're at the epicenter of a rapidly expanding universe of personal information. Books, music, photos, videos, email, contacts, calendars, wills, bills, records, and receipts: how can we keep our piles and files from spiraling out of control? William Jones has the answer in this important book about finding our memories and organizing our lives. A must- read for designers, developers, librarians, and anyone else who cares about the future of information interaction." — Peter Morville, Author of, Ambient Findability, and Information Architecture for the World Wide Web "Today, software can deliver unprecedented support for managing our ever more copious information. This landmark book provides detailed knowledge of behavior and technology that is essential for effective design and use of these productivity tools." — Jonathan Grudin, Principal Researcher, Microsoft Research
Content: Preface, Pages xi-xv Contributors, Pages xvi-xvii Chapter One - A study and a practice, Pages 2-21 Chapter Two - A personal space of information, Pages 22-53 Chapter Three - A framework for personal information management, Pages 54-77 Chapter Four - Finding and re-finding: From need to information, Pages 78-119 Chapter Five - Keeping and organizing: From information to need, Pages 120-151 Chapter Six - Maintaining for now and for later, Pages 152-177 Chapter Seven - Managing privacy and the flow of information, Pages 178-209 Chapter Eight - Measuring and evaluating, Pages 210-241 Chapter Nine - Making sense of things, Pages 242-269 Chapter Ten - Email disappears?, Pages 270-297 Chapter Eleven - Search gets personal, Pages 298-317 Chapter Twelve - PIM on the go, Pages 318-345 Chapter Thirteen - PIM on the Web, Pages 346-367 Chapter Fourteen - Bringing the pieces together, Pages 368-385 Chapter Fifteen - Finding our way in (to) the future, Pages 386-401 References, Pages 403-421 Index, Pages 423-430