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Xerox trails: A new web-based publishing technology
Abstract Xerox Trails is a new digital publishing mXerox Trails is a new digital publishing model developed at the Xerox Research Center, Webster. The primary purpose of the technology is to allow Web users and publishers to collect, organize and present information in the form of a useful annotated narrative (possibly non-sequential) with editorial content and metadata, that can be consumed both online and offline. The core concept is a trail: a digital object that improves online content production, consumption and navigation user experiences. When appropriate, trails can also be easily sequenced and transformed into printable documents, thereby bridging the gap between online and offline content experiences. The model is partly inspired by Vannevar Bush's influential idea of the "Memex" [1] which has inspired several generations of Web technology [2]. Xerox Trails is a realization of selected elements from the idea of the Memex, along with several original design ideas. It is based on a primitive data construct, the trail. In Xerox Trails, the idea of a trail is used to support the architecture of a Web 2.0 product suite called Trailmeme, that includes a destination Web site, plugins for major content management systems, and a browser toolbar.management systems, and a browser toolbar.
Abstractsub Xerox Trails is a new digital publishing mXerox Trails is a new digital publishing model developed at the Xerox Research Center, Webster. The primary purpose of the technology is to allow Web users and publishers to collect, organize and present information in the form of a useful annotated narrative (possibly non-sequential) with editorial content and metadata, that can be consumed both online and offline. The core concept is a trail: a digital object that improves online content production, consumption and navigation user experiences. When appropriate, trails can also be easily sequenced and transformed into printable documents, thereby bridging the gap between online and offline content experiences. The model is partly inspired by Vannevar Bush's influential idea of the "Memex" [1] which has inspired several generations of Web technology [2]. Xerox Trails is a realization of selected elements from the idea of the Memex, along with several original design ideas. It is based on a primitive data construct, the trail. In Xerox Trails, the idea of a trail is used to support the architecture of a Web 2.0 product suite called Trailmeme, that includes a destination Web site, plugins for major content management systems, and a browser toolbar.management systems, and a browser toolbar.
Bibtextype inproceedings  +
Doi 10.1117/12.838245  +
Has author Rao V.G. + , Vandervort D. + , Silverstein J. +
Has extra keyword Content management system + , Digital Objects + , Editorial content + , Offline + , On-line contents + , Original design + , Plug-ins + , Product suite + , Research center + , Toolbars + , User experience + , Web 2.0 + , Web technologies + , Web users + , Data communication systems + , Internet + , Knowledge engineering + , Metadata + , Printing + , Websites + , Publishing +
Has keyword Blogs + , Memex + , Publishing + , Trailmeme + , Trails + , Web 2.0 + , Wiki + , Xerox +
Isbn 9780819479334  +
Language English +
Number of citations by publication 0  +
Number of references by publication 0  +
Published in Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering +
Title Xerox trails: A new web-based publishing technology +
Type conference paper  +
Volume 7540  +
Year 2010 +
Creation dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 8 November 2014 08:53:44  +
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Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 8 November 2014 08:53:44  +
DateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 2010  +
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