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The below is the apparently the product of some class or another. I moved it here from the HumanComputerInteraction page because it did not seem appropriate for an encyclopedia entry. Please add new comments to the top of the page.


This shows how you can add to a wiki page

Your assignment is to add some interesting stuff to this site in a rather anarchic way!! Bonus points if you figure out how to add images, links to outside sites and pretty formatting.

What do you think about putting copies of the GeekSpeak presentations here for the world to see (and maybe add to or delete 8^)

GeekSpeak (articles to follow)


The Spring '01 HCI class searched the web for examples of WeaRable computer technology. Please add freely any examples you know of.


Answer to questions

Bush was a visionary computer guy who is no longer alive, not the president (who is really more of a shrub!). GeekSpeak is a term for presentations describing computer related terms given in a class at LewisAndClarkCollege called Human Computer Interaction.


Here are some interesting links contributed by members of the class. Please add your own as you find them!

Alexa'sPageOfWonder Okay, so it's not that exciting, but I put a lot into it. :)

LewisAndClarkCollegeTheatre Find out all about upcoming plays and events at Lewis & Clark!

StoryPeople A beautiful site with amazingly creative, very short stories by Brian Andreas.


Please don't place flashing pictures in the encyclopedia. We humans evolved where motion could signal a predator, so when a human's eye sees something jump, the human's brain cannot give its complete attention to anything else on the page. Flashing pictures interfere with reading and learning. Adam Reed

Adam I have to agree with you 100%. There is nothing more annoying than FlashingBanners while trying to read a page. WcGing


This is one of the most interesting things that i have ever seen on the web. In fact when i go home today i think i will attempt to host a page of similar design. |S|c|a|r|e|