Monthly Archives: July 2014

Defining Musical Similarity: Genre and Beyond

Summary Musical similarity is typically equated with genre, whether reflected directly within various categorization systems, or indirectly within recommender systems. However, taking into account (1) the ways in which genres are constructed, (2) the common musical facets / traits (and … Continue reading

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ASIS&T’s Web Presence: Upgrades and Redesigns

Today’s post updates you on ASIS&T’s recent happenings surrounding our website: a server upgrade as well as progress toward a new visual identity and virtual presence. What happened to the Web server? Good news! The asist.org web server underwent a … Continue reading

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Screen Size Matters

I just read a really interesting new article in the Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology called “Eye-tracking analysis of user behavior and performance in Web search on large and small screens” that got me thinking about … Continue reading

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Hello World! Welcome to The ASIS&T Blog!

This is Diane Rasmussen Pennington, ASIS&T’s Social Media Manager. I manage our Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn presences… and, now, the blog! This blog is meant to be a forum for any issues related to information science. I’d love to see … Continue reading

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