radical simplicity - transforming computers into me-centric appliances

Index

.NET, 177
.NET Passport, 206

Agentcities, 227
Alfa Romeo, 237
Alger, Jeff, 130
Amazon.com, 137, 142
Amiga, 86
Anderson, Bob, xxv
Apache, 177
Apple, 96, 112, 124, 151
Apple Newton, 96
Ariba, 193, 195
Aristotle, 138
ASR, 12
Atari, 86
Audi, 232
Automated Speech Recognition, 12

B2E, 20
Baan, 192
BAPI, 192
BEA, 176, 177
BEEP, 197, 203
Bellcore, 127
Berners-Lee, Tim, 226
BizTalk, 193
BizTalk.org, 202
Bluetooth, 31, 68, 164, 245
Boeing, 193

Cagan, Jonathan, 245
Carnegie-Mellon University, xxiv
Cascading Style Sheets, 185
Cheshire, Steve, 112
Cisco, 34, 179
CityCab, 25
CMU, 96
CNET Shopper.com, 12
Cognitive Model, 136
Coleman, Michael, 96
Commerce.Net, 192
Cooltown, 204
Copernicus, 27

DaimlerChrysler, 233
DIME, 203
Director, 187
DivX, 15
DMOZ, 317
Dragon, 12
DSSSL, 185
Dyson, George B., 225

E-Device, 252
E-Services Village, 202
E-Speak, 29
ebXML, 189, 193, 202
Electrolux, 250
Enterprise Resource Planning, 192
Ericsson, 25, 89, 308
Extempo, 89

FedEx, 23
Fiat, 233
FIPA, 228
Formula 1, 92
Forrester Research, 13, 170, 225
Foundation for Intelligent Physical Agents, 228
Fraunhofer Gesellschaft, 68

Game Boy, 164
Gartner, 170
General Motors, 232
Gestalt, 133
Gibson, William, 278
Goldstein, Neal, 130
Google, 317
GPS, 18, 57

HCI, 75
Hertz, 18
Hertz NeverLost, 18
Hewlett-Packard, 25, 34, 42, 151, 170, 176, 202, 204, 262, 263
Hive, 230
HomePNA, 246
HomeRF Lite, 165
Honda, 89
Howe, Carl D., 13
HP Labs, 30
HP Press, xxv
HTTPR, 196, 203
Human Computer Interaction, 75
HyperCard, 124

IBM, xxv, 12, 19, 88, 112, 151, 171, 176, 177, 189, 193, 195, 202, 262, 263
IETF, 112, 196, 199
InfoSplit, 113
Internationalization, 147
iPaq, 42
Ishii, Hiroshi, 106

Jarry, Alfred, 310
Java, 177, 192
Jetsons, 264
JINI, 294
Jobs, Steve, 119
John Locke, 138
Jupiter, 19

Kamen, Dean, 118
Kant, Immanuel, 133
Kendon, Adam, 94
Kildall, Gary, 277
Koffka, Kurt, 134

Lavazza, 252
Lexus, 232
LG Electronics, 252
Lieberman, Henry, 105
Lucent, 34, 179

Mac, 86
Macintosh, 77
Macromedia, 187
Margherita 2000, 250
Mental Model, 135
Merloni, 250
Merrill Lynch, 11
Microsoft, 171, 177, 179, 189, 193, 195, 202, 206
MIT, 78, 105, 230
MIT Media Lab, 252
MMS, 39
Model View Controller, 131
Motorola, 308
Multimedia Messaging Service, 39
MVC, 131

NASA, 109, 190
Newell, Allen, xxiv, 9
Nintendo, 125
Nokia, 39, 42, 89, 308
Novell, 193

OASIS, 199
Oasis, 192, 193
OnStar, 232
OOA, 171
OOD, 171
OOP, 171
Open Roaming, 34
Opera, 96
Oracle, 192, 193
Orchestream, 179
Osbourne, Ozzy, 46
OSI, 27

PeopleSoft, 192
Point Servers, 165
Prentice Hall, xxv
PriceGrabber, 12
Psion, 282, 308
PTC, 85

QoS, 15, 164
Quality of Service, 15

RAD, 129
Rand Corporation, xxv
Rapid Application Development, 129
RDF, 187
Reddy, Raj, xxiv
Rendezvous, 112
RosettaNet, 192
RUP, 131

Saab, 232
SAP, 192, 193, 202
SBM, 130
Schwab, 12
Screenfridge, 250
SDLC, 126
SDM, 125
Segway Human Transporter, 118
Selker, Ted, 105
Semiotics, 138
Siemens, 190
Simple Object Access Protocol, 194
Smalltalk, 131
SMDF, 130
SMIL, 186
SOAP, 194
Solution Based Modelling, 130
SRI, 78
St. Augustine, 138
Sun, 112, 176, 193, 294
Super Mario Brothers, 125
Systems Development Life Cycle Model, 126
Systems Development Methods, 125

Telemetrics, 68
TiVo, xxi, 13, 79, 112, 145, 216, 223
Tomcat, 177
Toshiba, 94

UDDI, 29, 189, 195
UDDI.org, 196
UMTS, 164
UN/CEFACT, 193, 199
Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration, 195
UPS, 23
URI, 170

Virgin Megastore, 137
VNC, 61
Vogel, Craig, 245
Volkswagen, 232

W3C, 170, 186, 190, 192, 196, 199
WASPs, 26
Waterfall Model, 126
Web Services, 29
Web Services Description Language, 188
Web Services Network, 175
Weblogic, 177
Websphere, 177
Weiser, Mark, 10
Wertheimer, Max, 134
Windows, 77, 86
WLAN, 31, 56
WSDL, 188
WSFL, 190
WSN, 175

X Internet, 226
Xerox, 10, 77
XML, 29, 184
XML.org, 193, 202
XSL, 185, 186

Zero Configuration Networking, 112
ZigBee, 164
Zog, 124
Zue, Victor, 12