Some of you may be interested to play with the new release of our Mozilla extension for Cohere
, which adds highlighting and annotation to Firefox/Flock, but with the addition of more reflective, sensemaking elements:
are highlighted text fragments (and in future video hopefully) to provide more precise link anchors and to direct visual attention
* margin notes are in fact what we call Ideas
, first class objects in the system, since Ideas are first class objects in sensemaking, connected to an arbitrary no. of Clips on any no. of websites
[thus far it's just Diigo, Sidewiki, etc]
* optional user-defined classification of Ideas
to show the role that they play (Question; Assumption; Prediction; etc)
* optional user defined semantic Connections between Ideas
* generation of semantic Idea webs that can be filtered by user-defined link types
We're currently analysing data and experiences from a collective intelligence experiment
we ran in December, when four analysts used Cohere to make sense of media coverage of COP15 and climate change Open Educational Resources.
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