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In our everyday lives we constantly publish and consume information in ad hoc, unanticipated and highly idiosyncratic ways. But with computers, our experiences are often awkward and rigid, and our actions must be anticipated and permitted. Using familiar examples, this talk will focus on this disparity and argue that people are actually very clever at working with information, and that those things point towards thinner applications that let people interact more directly with information and towards computational storage that works more like Post-it ® notes.
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