I keep on thinking about how infrequently I use search to surface the media
that I want.
I mean, if I was doing serious research yeah I'd search and drill way past
2.5 pages of results, I'd look at facets, I'd go bananas getting to the
stuff I need to get to.
But increasingly I deal with interfaces that treat search as a secondary
feature, with predictive or popular results being visually pushed to the
Think about your Apple TV, for example.
On Thu, Sep 20, 2012 at 4:00 PM, Rene Wiermer <[log in to unmask]>wrote:
> Promoting our own site:
> We are aggregating bibliographic records from 48 European national
> libraries, major research libraries and some other free sources. We
> also feature some special exhibitions, full text content and some
> federated search for those collections that cannot be harvested.
> It is a complete in-house development,Java/Solr based, from
> aggregation and processing framework to frontend, using Apache Wicket.
> Rene Wiermer
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