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Marcia Bates[edit]

The Design of Browsing and Berrypicking Techniques for the Online Search Interface
Online Review, 13(5): 407-424. [1]

Information foraging is the most important concept to emerge from Human-Computer Interaction research since 1993. Developed at the Palo Alto Research Center (previously Xerox PARC) by Stuart Card, Peter Pirolli, and colleagues, information foraging uses the analogy of wild animals gathering food to analyze how humans collect information online.

Tim Berners-Lee[edit]

Proposal for the World Wide Web Hypertext Project
CERN

John Brown[edit]

Situated Cognition and the Culture of Learning
Educational Researcher, vol. 18 no. 1 (Jan-Feb 198), pp. 32-42. [3]. Cache: /SCATCOL.
by John Seely Brown, Allan M. Collins and Paul Duguid

Deepak Chopra[edit]

Quantum Healing; Exploring the Frontiers of Mind/Body Medicine

Young-Seek Choue[edit]

The Idea and Philosophy of the GCS Movement: Toward Oughtopia
Special lecture, transcribed by The GCS International, March 2002.
  • Global Common Society

Andy Clark[edit]

Microcognition: Philosophy, Cognitive Science and Parallel Distributed Processing
MIT Press/Bradford Books, Cambridge: MA. 1989.
  • Embracing connectionism and rejecting symbolic AI as our best account of internal processing, and a plea for more attention to biological reality.
  • extended mind

Percival Davis[edit]

Of Pandas and People: The Central Question of Biological Origins
Foundation for Thought and Ethics (FTE)

Robert Horn[edit]

Mapping Hypertext: The Analysis, Organization, and Display of Knowledge for the Next Generation of On-line Text and Graphics

David Kaplan[edit]

Demonstratives
In: Joseph Almog, John Perry and Howard Wettstein (eds.) Themes From Kaplan (Oxford University Press, New York)

Kochen[edit]

Manfred Kochen
The Small World: A Volume of Recent Research Advances Commemorating Ithiel de Sola Pool, Stanley Milgram, Theodore Newcomb
Ablex Publishing (January 1, 1989) Amazon

Kraft[edit]

Donald H. Kraft, ed.

Journal of the American Society for Information Science
Volume 40, Issue 3, May 1989. ACM TOC

Jock Mackinlay[edit]

The Cognitive Coprocessor Architecture for Interactive User Interfaces
(with Stuart K. Card and George G. Robertson
In: Proceedings of the ACM SIGGRAPH Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology, pages 10-18.
  • (1991). "Cone Trees: Animated 3D Visualizations of Hierarchical Information". (with George G. Robertson and Stuart K. Card) In: Scott P. Robertson, Gary M. Olson and Judith S. Olson (eds.) Proceedings of the ACM CHI 91 Human Factors in Computing Systems Conference, April 28 - June 5, 1991, New Orleans, Louisiana. pp. 189-194.
  • (1993). "Information Visualization Using 3D Interactive Animation." (with Stuart K. Card and George G. Robertson). In: Communications of the ACM, 36(4), April 1993. pp. 57-71.
  • (1999). Readings in Information Visualization: Using Vision to Think. (with Stuart K. Card and Ben Shneiderman). Morgan Kaufmann.

Michael Martin[edit]

Atheism: A Philosophical Justification
Temple University Press, Philadelphia
  • He cites a general absence of an atheistic response to contemporary work in philosophy of religion, and accepts the responsibility of a rigorous defense of nonbelief as, jestingly, his "cross to bear":
    The aim of this book is not to make atheism a popular belief or even to overcome its invisibility. My object is not utopian. It is merely to provide good reasons for being an atheist. . . . My object is to show that atheism is a rational position and that belief in God is not. I am quite aware that theistic beliefs are not always based on reason. My claim is that they should be.
  • arguments against the existence of God
  • Transcendental argument for the non-existence of God

Roger Penrose[edit]

The Emperor's New Mind: Concerning Computers, Minds and The Laws of Physics

Repo[edit]

Aatto J. Repo (1980).

The value of information: approaches in economics, accounting, management science.
Journal of the American Society for Information Science, v.40 n.2, p.68-85, March 1989 ACM

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