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Geambasu, Roxana, Cheung, Cherie, Moshchuk, Alexander, Gribble, Steven D. and Levy, Henry M. (2008): Organizing and sharing distributed personal web-service data. In: Proceedings of the 2008 International Conference on the World Wide Web 2008. pp. 755-764.

The migration from desktop applications to Web-based services is scattering personal data across a myriad of Web sites, such as Google, Flickr, YouTube, and Amazon S3. This dispersal poses new challenges for users, making it more difficult for them to: (1) organize, search, and archive their data, much of which is now hosted by Web sites; (2) create heterogeneous, multi-Web-service object collections and share them in a protected way; and (3) manipulate their data with standard applications or scripts. In this paper, we show that a Web-service interface supporting standardized naming, protection, and object-access services can solve these problems and can greatly simplify the creation of a new generation of object-management services for the Web. We describe the implementation of Menagerie, a proof-of-concept prototype that provides these services for Web-based applications. At a high level, Menagerie creates an integrated file and object system from heterogeneous, personal Web-service objects dispersed across the Internet. We present several object-management applications we developed on Menagerie to show the practicality and benefits of our approach.

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Whitaker, Andrew, Cox, Richard S., Shaw, Marianne and Gribble, Steven D. (2005): Rethinking the Design of Virtual Machine Monitors. In IEEE Computer, 38 (5) pp. 57-62.

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Fo, Armando, Gribble, Steven D., Chawathe, Yatin, Polito, Anthony S., Huang, Andrew, Ling, Benjamin and Brewer, Eric A. (1997): Orthogonal Extensions to the WWW User Interface using Client-Side Technologies. In: Robertson, George G. and Schmandt, Chris (eds.) Proceedings of the 10th annual ACM symposium on User interface software and technology October 14 - 17, 1997, Banff, Alberta, Canada. pp. 83-84.

Our work is motivated by three trends. First, the ubiquitous migration of services to the World Wide Web is due in part to its simple, consistent, and now universal user interface: navigation by following links and filling out HTML forms are interactions familiar to even novice Internet users. Second, client-side extension technologies such as Java and JavaScript allow sites to extend and "personalize" the behaviors and interfaces of their services, with portable user-interface elements that integrate transparently into the browser's existing interface.

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