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Why Care About the Past?         Michael L. Nelson         Michele C. Weigle      Old Dominion University      Department ...
Why Care About The Past?From an anonymous reviewer (emphasis ours):"Is there any statistics to show that many or a good nu...
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Why Care About the Past?

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A set of slides we've used in various presentations to show that replaying an experience via archived web pages is more compelling than reading a summary of the event.

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  1. 1. Why Care About the Past? Michael L. Nelson Michele C. Weigle Old Dominion University Department of Computer Science www.cs.odu.edu/~{mln,mweigle}
  2. 2. Why Care About The Past?From an anonymous reviewer (emphasis ours):"Is there any statistics to show that many or a good number of Webusers would like to get obsolete data or resources? "
  3. 3. Replaying the Experience……can be more compelling than a summary
  4. 4. vs.
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