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On Oct 27, 2011, at 4:27 PM, Julia Bauder wrote:

> Dear fans of cool Web-ness,
> I'm looking for examples of projects that use visual(=largely non-text and
> non-numeric) interfaces to let patrons browse/search collections. Things
> like the GeoSearch on North Carolina Maps[1], or projects that use Simile's
> Timeline or Exhibit widgets[2] to provide access to collections (e.g.,
> what's described here:
>, or
> in-the-wild uses of Recollection[3]. I'm less interested in knowing about
> tools (although I'm never *uninterested* in finding out about cool tools)
> than about production or close-to-production sites that are making good use
> of these or similar tools to provide visual, non-linear access to
> collections. Who's doing slick stuff in this area that deserves a look?
> Thanks!
> Julia

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