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"Less clicking, more watching"

Claudio Pinhanez, Clare Marie Karat, John Karat, John Vergo, Renee Arora
2001 CHI '01 extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '01  
How can entertainment be provided on the web? Contrary to the common wisdom that sees the web as an inherently interactive medium, this experimental study has found evidence that people may want watchable entertaining experiences on the web, i.e., "less clicking, more watching." This hypothesis was tested in two prototypes of documentary-style streaming web narratives, yielding preliminary evidence that entertainment on the web can be less interactive than currently thought.
doi:10.1145/634067.634272 dblp:conf/chi/PinhanezKKVA01 fatcat:iiuob37wbnacdbijfwm2zsf7se

That's Entertainment! Designing Streaming, Multimedia Web Experiences

Clare-Marie Karat, John Karat, John Vergo, Claudio Pinhanez, Doug Riecken, Thomas Cofino
2002 International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction  
Please see another published article (Vergo et al., 2001) for details on the curator interviews, visitor surveys, and Web surveys.  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15327590ijhc143&4_06 fatcat:o7ibbti6jjeijgn5j2vkqcitom

"Less clicking, more watching"

Claudio Pinhanez, Clare Marie Karat, John Karat, John Vergo, Renee Arora
2001 CHI '01 extended abstracts on Human factors in computer systems - CHI '01  
How can entertainment be provided on the web? Contrary to the common wisdom that sees the web as an inherently interactive medium, this experimental study has found evidence that people may want watchable entertaining experiences on the web, i.e., "less clicking, more watching." This hypothesis was tested in two prototypes of documentary-style streaming web narratives, yielding preliminary evidence that entertainment on the web can be less interactive than currently thought.
doi:10.1145/634267.634272 fatcat:bfklglkpzzd5fp5utmqnvhpx7i

That's Entertainment! Designing Streaming, Multimedia Web Experiences

Clare-Marie Karat, John Karat, John Vergo, Claudio Pinhanez, Doug Riecken, Thomas Cofino
2002 International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction  
Please see another published article (Vergo et al., 2001) for details on the curator interviews, visitor surveys, and Web surveys.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10447318.2002.9669125 fatcat:hzv5nwy365dcfbllovc2njgjwe

Siena: From PowerPoint to Web App in 5 Minutes [chapter]

David Cohn, Pankaj Dhoolia, Fenno Heath, Florian Pinel, John Vergo
2008 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Siena lets users design web applications using commonly available PowerPoint as the modeling/development tool. From PowerPoint, users can model business artifacts and processes, transform applications to a standard representation and then immediately deploy and execute these composite applications on a model execution engine. Fig. 1. Siena Architecture Characteristics and Architecture By contrast with traditional Business Process Management (BPM) tools, Siena provides a flexible method for
more » ... oping BPM applications that let innovators focus on business transformation and adapt to changes rapidly: • A radically simplified modeling tool based on PowerPoint empowers any business user to model and manage the entire lifecycle of BPM applications. • A standard, human-readable XML representation facilitates the persistence and sharing of BPM application definitions.
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-89652-4_63 fatcat:7o3wshfsvncanpdj6rcluechru

Comparative clinical benefits of systemic adjuvant therapy for paradigm solid tumors

John M. Kirkwood, Ahmad Tarhini, Joseph A. Sparano, Prapti Patel, Joan H. Schiller, Maxwell T. Vergo, Al B. Benson III, Hussein Tawbi
2013 Cancer Treatment Reviews  
Adjuvant therapy employing cytotoxic chemotherapy, molecularly targeted agents, immunologic, and hormonal agents has shown a significant impact upon a variety of solid tumors. The principles that guide adjuvant therapy differ among various tumor types and specific modalities, but generally indicate a greater impact of therapy in the postsurgical setting of micrometastatic disease, for which adjuvant therapy is commonly pursued, vs. the setting of gross unresectable disease. This review of
more » ... nt therapies in current use for five major solid tumors highlights the rationale for current effective adjuvant therapy, and draws comparisons between the adjuvant regimens that have found application in solid tumors.
doi:10.1016/j.ctrv.2012.03.007 pmid:22520262 pmcid:PMC8555872 fatcat:k5v3sadjzzd6zfjlvab4kytdf4

The liberalization process of telecommunications and the role of the national regulatory authorities in pricing policies: a case study from Greece

Apostolos G. Christopoulos, John Mylonakis, Konstantinos Vergos
2009 Problems and Perspectives in Management  
Christopoulos, John Mylonakis, Konstantinos Vergos, 2009. would have to compete with an established organization, fully or partially owned by the state.  ... 
doaj:266182b6f7384244a85490cdcda797b8 fatcat:mkxvg2d4bvfmbksqrt2lzzcfoa

Page 905 of IEEE Transactions on Computers Vol. 52, Issue 7 [page]

2003 IEEE Transactions on Computers  
Hwang, Computer Arithmetic: Principles, Architecture and Design John Wiley & Sons, 1979 {15} H. Al-Asaad, J.P. Hayes, and B.T. Murray, “Scalable Test Generators for High-Speed Datapath Circuits,” J.  ...  Vergos received the Diploma and PhD degrees in computer engineering from the University of Patras in 1991 and 1996, respec- tively.  ... 

Page 338 of American Anthropologist Vol. 97, Issue 2 [page]

1995 American Anthropologist  
Vergo, Peter 1989 Introduction and The Reticent Object. In The New Museology. Peter Vergo, ed. Pp. 1-5, 41-59. London: Reak- tion Books. Vogel, Susan 1987 Art/Artifact.  ...  Terrell, John 1991 Disneyland and the Future of Museum Anthropology. American Anthropologist 93(1):149-153. Torgovnick, Marianna 1990 Gone Primitive: Savage Intellects, Modern Lives.  ... 

Page 394 of The Classical Journal Vol. 46, Issue 8 [page]

1951 The Classical Journal  
As to Inficio Vergo & Tondo, they were Typographical mis- takes, Inf: being english'd to Dy, or stain Vergo to bend, Tondo was intended Tondeo.  ...  JOHN F. LATIMER AND KENNETH B. MURDOCK Clearly Williams was working in early 1712 on a printed list of verbs, and Hobart had commented on his work.  ... 

Page 542 of The Canadian Review of Sociology Vol. 18, Issue 4 [page]

1981 The Canadian Review of Sociology  
Vergo Preston, Richard A. 1975 ‘The New Nationalism Viewed from Across the Border: Chauvinism or Survival? A Background Study.’  ...  MALCOLMSON O'Neill, John 1975 ‘Facts, Myths and the Nationalist Platitude.’ Canadian Journal of Sociology 1(1): 107-24 Panitch, Leo 1977 ‘The Role and Nature of the Canadian State.’  ... 

Page 231 of The Classical World Vol. 25, Issue 27 [page]

1932 The Classical World  
Vergi 67 f © | Vi Vergo i Ear , | (; + ‘ C} 1 Chu of the ign L I Hoeser ws, Jol A,eqgTie ‘ 6 ail; P yas INDEX, XXV aatin—Bradle Vergil and Epicureanism, 89— i h and, rgil, Nationality of, 61, not - \ .  ...  -5 Vergil, The Tradition of: Rev > Tradition ina ‘ he Aeneid, ardi \gain ©’ Neill *VIeEW atior 17 ) Ve rgiliana yn Papyri: Re Widows in the First and the Seventeenth Centuries, : + ompo 119 Dictionar John  ... 

Page 1044 of Medical Times Vol. 88, Issue 8 [page]

1960 Medical Times  
JOHNSON, JOHN H. AYVAZIAN, WILLIAM S. TILLETT The New Eng. J. of Med. (1959), Vol. 260, No. 18, P. 900.  ...  Vergo acts without the inconvenience and discomfort to the patient which is asso- ciated with some other methods, and without scars, burns, blisters, or mess.  ... 

Page 1186 of Medical Times Vol. 88, Issue 9 [page]

1960 Medical Times  
JOHN T. SCOGIN, M.D. and HAROLD L. DOBSON, M.D. Am.  ...  Vergo acts without the inconvenience and discomfort to the patient which is asso- ciated with some other methods, and without scars, burns, blisters, or mess.  ... 

Page 964 of Medical Times Vol. 88, Issue 7 [page]

1960 Medical Times  
Vergo acts without the inconvenience and discomfort to the patient which is asso- — ciated with some other methods, and without scars, burns, blisters, or mess.  ...  Nutting of George Washington University’s National Law Center and Dean John Parks of the University’s School of Medicine have announced the establishment of the Institute of Forensic Medicine at the Center  ... 
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