Plug-and-Play Macroscopes" feature article and video in the current CACM magazine

Charles H. Davis davisc at INDIANA.EDU
Sat Mar 19 10:24:54 EDT 2011

Hi, Katy!

Thanks for sharing this with everyone. I saw it in my current issue of 
CACM and thought about you right away (not that I need any help with 
that).  :-)

I've meant to apologize for not attending more SLIS events.  The 
problem is that I have a rehearsal on Monday evening, a regular 
luncheon engagement on Wednesdays, and a variety of music- or 
tennis-related meetings.

Although I'm happily retired as a Professor Emeritus, I enjoy keeping 
up with things and appreciate what you're doing.



Quoting Katy Borner <katy at>:

> Adminstrative info for SIGMETRICS (for example unsubscribe):
> If you are interested to learn more about the plug-and-play software
> architecture that makes it possible
>  * to share algorithm plugins among the Network Workbench tool
> (, the NSF SciSIP funded Science of Science
> tool (, the EU funded TexTrend
> (, and other tools and
>  * to create your own "dream tools" from continuously evolving sets
> of algorithms
> please see the "Plug-and-Play Macroscopes" feature article in the
> current CACM magazine issue at
> and the accompanying video at
> Best regards,
> k
>  -- Katy Borner Victor H. Yngve Professor of Information Science
> Director, CI for Network Science Center,
> Curator, Mapping Science exhibit, | Atlas of
> Science (2010) MIT Press. of Library
> and Information Science, Indiana University Wells Library 021, 1320
> E. Tenth Street, Bloomington, IN 47405, USA Phone: (812) 855-3256
> Fax: -6166

More information about the SIGMETRICS mailing list