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  1. Why the Twitter ‘Who Gives a Tweet’ Researchers are Wrong

    Lead author Paul Andre, post-doctoral fellow in Carnegie Mellon’s Human-Computer Interaction Institute (HCII), suggests, "If we understood what is worth reading and why, we might design better tools for presenting and filtering content, as well as...

  2. PPC Bid Management 101

    Whether you use an automated or manual system, it really takes a good balance of human and computer interaction to produce the best results. Human and Computer Balance At some point it becomes too difficult to manage all of the associated...

  3. Software Survey 2009

    To its V3 Benefits Administration System for pension and health plan administration the company has added Web 2.0 external component integration for managing customer interaction via chat and discussion groups, internet telephony and other web...

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  4. Assembling Your Landing Page Optimization Dream Team, Part 3

    In the case of landing page optimization, you're mainly concerned with the Web browser and the content and function of your landing pages, so the UX professionals will likely come from the specific disciplines of human factors, user-centered...

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  5. Landing Pages and the Decision-Making Process

    My interaction with your Web site may be only one of dozens. This process may not happen during a single visit or interaction. If I'm a consumer researching which computer to buy, I may take days or weeks to make my decision.

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  6. Do Social Networks Bring Out the Animal in Us?

    They fear any interaction that can't be clicked or typed in some way. They don't know how to interact, and when they do, they don't understand civil interaction. Video communication on a large scale may have slowed the spread of dehumanizing...

  7. Building Better Search Interfaces: A Workshop About Exploratory Searches

    Gary Price, at Resource Shelf, pointed earlier today to a paper from a University of Maryland workshop held last year, which brought together researchers from the "fields of Information Seeking (IS), Information Retrieval (IR), Human-Computer...