Prototype HyperScope was Re: correction: Re: Impressive browser

From: Jack Park (
Date: Tue Nov 06 2001 - 22:17:49 PST

Really looks like a prototype HyperScope!


At 09:47 PM 11/6/2001 -0800, you wrote:
><note>gave a bad url -- here's the good one</note>
>Great find, Kevin. I was reading Walenskys multivalent papers several
>moons back, thinking there was something to that idea that we need to
>understand. Now, we can. I think this browser fits well into Mary
>Keeler's PORT ideas as well.
>Couple Multivalent with (SMIL and SVG) and you
>are really headed somewhere!
>At 02:03 PM 11/6/2001 -0800, you wrote:
>>Forgive me for having been lurking, just trying to keep the signal-to-noise
>>ratio high.
>>Yesterday, though, I went to hear Robert Wilensky talk about the UC Berkeley
>>Digital Library project, and thought you'd all like to know about their
>>"Multivalent browser". It's an open source Java browser which supports
>>annotations uniformly across document formats, including PDF, HTML
>>framesets, and even scanned document images. Perhaps more importantly, it's
>>designed to facilitate implementation of additional "behaviors" easily in a
>>document format-independent way. I haven't had a chance to play with it much
>>yet myself, but the demo was very impressive. The home page is
>>Kevin Keck

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