Edited on 23 Apr 2014: to add link to the Keynote.
Edited on 5 Jun 2014: to change the Keynote to an updated version, and remove the draft pending publication.
Progress is being made in a number of areas.
We have submitted a paper to the best user interface conference, describing one element of the user interface for the forthcoming web startup. That startup has four novel components:
- A space-time scrubber, subject of the paper
- A multipane display for assembled annotations
- A crazily inventive back end that assembles narratives and narrative essays
- An (optional) model of narrative dynamics that helps illuminate what is going on
This paper addresses the first of these. I would appreciate feedback. Quite apart from the submission to the conference, I want this to serve as a general introduction to this component.
An online Keynote summary can be accessed here. If you need, a video can be viewed here. You can advise on the nature of the paper of course, but what I would like more is criticism related to how you would use it