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Uploaded on Jul 23, 2007

Google TechTalks
August 1, 2006

David Wolber (http://cs.usfca.edu/~wolber) is a professor at the University of San Francisco. His interests include collaborative research systems, e-politics, and service learning within computer science. ABSTRACT
Peoplicious is a collaborative research tool. Unlike systems such as del.icio.us, people are first-class data objects, along with documents. Users can create people, provide structured information about people (image, homepage, blog feed, delicious name, etc.), and create lists of people (people-tagging). Users can also bookmark documents and associate documents with people (personmarks). Any user can enter information about any person.

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