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Re: [ba-unrev-talk] Scopeware

On Sunday, October 13, 2002, at 04:32 AM, Garold (Gary) L. Johnson 
> It would require a fair amount more work to convince me that the system
> would work for a really long stream. Hopefully a good search system 
> with the
> ability to add classification information to files exists that will 
> make
> large collections more accessible.    (01)

It does have the ability to refine searches, but I basically agree with 
your criticism. It doesn't seem to do a lot more than searching files 
except for an unusually nice user interface.    (02)

 From comments elsewhere, Scopeware is a very scaled down version of the 
original ideas, so I'm still interested in reading "Mirror Worlds" to 
find out more about the original ideas.    (03)

The idea of being able to select an area, wind back time, then 
associate it with objects is what caught my attention since this 
matched some of my recent thoughts on visual languages.    (04)

   spwhite@chariot.net.au    (05)