NE 40th St & 156th Ave NE
Redmond, Washington 98052

Finding answers used to be easy. First we asked our moms and the librarians.

Then we asked Altavista, Dogpile, Excite, and the other first generation search tools. Now we "google" for answers. User-directed search gave way to machine-directed search that is making way for the next generation in Search technology.

Please join Puget Sound SIG CHI Nov. 17 for a panel discussion on new directions in searching the Internet.

Dr. Joe Janes, Associate Dean, UW Information School
Kirby Winfield, Program Manager, Marchex Inc
Vivian Bliss, Taxonomist, Microsoft Corporation

WHERE: Microsoft Building 34

WHEN: Thursday, Nov. 17, 2005

6 pm: Refreshments

7-9pm: Presentation

SIGCHI meetings are free and open to the public. We encourage people interested in user-centered design and usability to become a member ($20 yearly dues).

Added by bostonsteamer on November 3, 2005