Wednesday, November 24, 2004

Color Access

Recently the bookstore that allowed some artists to arrange the stock by color received a good bit of press. Ian pointed me to an older effort by the New England School of Law to provide color as a limit on searching. I've posted this before, but it is an interesting concept. Using the binding company's colors provides a limited palette and removes ambiguity such as purple, plum, wine, ox-blood, and all the other terms that are available to describe color.

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