Monthly Archives: September 2008

If you want to please me. . .

There is one, appareearently simple problem that I would love to be able to resolve: it’s about Google Scholar, so anyone not familar with BibTeX, this is going to feel odd. If I give you a (very large) BibTeX file, … Continue reading

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We need butlers, not trade representative

I would like to follow up on a comment that I left yesterday on a great post, and to drive you into one of the things I’ve been craving to find for a long time. Life-streaming —be it the simple … Continue reading

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A Web Science ?

This morning, I attended a preliminary meeting to set up a Master’s program in Web Science between all the likely candidates in Paris. As always, neither word is fine, but the name is catchy — and more importantly, many very … Continue reading

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Google distancing from it’s own Search engine with Chrome?

Google’s latest product, Chrome, a bare-bone, from-scratch webapp-oriented browser, has triggered a lot of controversy and talks within the 24 hour it was launched: the presentation was first leaked – and the PR were very cool about it, explaining what … Continue reading

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