Just thought I’d alert readers to an article I just published in the current issue of the ASIS&T Bulletin entitled “Reconsidering Relevance and Embracing Interaction“. Of course, it’s all about trying to usher in a brave new world of human-computer information retrieval. If you’re not already sick of reading about HCIR, check it out!
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