Welcome to The Past and Present Future

I’ll be using this blog as an easy way to post my research– new results, videos, papers, talks, you name it– as well as opions and observations about the vast world of technology from the perspective of a researcher with a long track record in the field of HCI (Human-Computer Interaction).

This is also the new home of the AlpineInker blog, which used to live on a blogging site now retired by Microsoft.

So, stay tuned as lots of content will soon be hosted here.

And be sure to subscribe to the RSS feed if you want to stay posted on my latest research papers and developments.

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6 responses to “Welcome to The Past and Present Future

  1. Great to hear from you. Your work is amazing.

    • Thanks, much appreciated. On travel for a bit here but looking forward to getting back to the blog when I return.

  2. hello, not sure if here`s the appropriate place to post this, but inkseine recently fails to connect to the web search. I recently bought the EP121 Asus slate and was so looking forward to using inkseine on it. Please is there anything you could do to fix this?

  3. The web search feature of InkSeine is no longer working because Bing has changed how they serve up web results. Unfortunately I haven’t been able to fix this (it requires changing how InkSeine retrieves the web results). So, it’s not your machine, it’s my fault, I’m afraid.

    • Thanks a million for answering my question. I`ve been using this software, and I think it`s a great product you made there and I hope it is not left to fade into oblivion. Could we expect a fix on this issue anytime please?
      I have been dreaming of a standalone digital notepad device (with internet capability)based on inkseine, how great such a product will be received by students and pros. Imagine taking notes in class and effortlessly web-searching a word or concept, dragging it into your note and continuing with your note taking. What a research bliss?
      Any chance of licensing out inkseine?

  4. I haven’t been able to fix the problem. I’ll have to take another crack at it and see if I can figure something out. (I miss this feature myself).

    At this time we’re only interested in leaving InkSeine available as a free download. We don’t have any plans at this time to license out the source code or such.

    Thanks again for the enthusiasm for the project.

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