for Good Art
Part 2: Image Retrieval
David Mattison continues his series on art Web
resources, focusing this time on the infrastructure
behind art image databases and how to best overcome
a lack of detailed image content metadata.
Commission on Libraries and Information Science
In this informative piece by Miriam Drake, find
out about the 12 newly appointed NCLIS commissioners
and their various agendas.
Source Weblog and Content Management Systems
Want to maintain a Weblog but don't know HTML? Matthew
McBride points you to several open source content
management sites to get you up and running.
|Quilting: The Story of
Tara Breton pieces together the best resources
available online for quilters of all skill levels.
|Multifaceted Search and
the Search Engine Summit
Marc Solomon discusses the highlights of May's Search
Engine Summit, including multifaceted search and
the state-of-the-art versus the current reality
of operational search.
|Infoviz for Info
Pros: Information Visualization Software Tools
Do you prefer to search by text or context? Judith
Gelernter gives readers a closer look at three tools
in this emerging field: KartOO, Grokker, and anacubis.
Taking a humorous look at the poetry of Donald Rumsfeld,
bq serves as a guide through the ever-changing world
of digital information.
Good Things Come in Small Packages, or, Findory
Learn about Findory.com, a personalized news site,
through Gary Price's interview with its creator,
Just how fast can you thumb-type? Irene McDermott
tells who holds this world record while reviewing
a variety of text-messaging options.
Find the postal and electronic addresses, phone
and fax numbers for all the companies, products,
and people mentioned in this issue.