Design

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Bubble Stacks are an imaginative look into behavioral analysis. Using browsing habit data alone this concept improves the experience of memory access and recall by organizing concepts into logical packages of websites we call Stacks.

A window into your past experiences has the potential to open a world of thought and possibilities. Today, browser history provides no more imagination than a breadcrumb trail sequencing your online experiences. Usefulness extends little further than your memory can reach. Bubbles and Stacks open a window to your mind, providing the ability to extend your memory and organize your online experiences.

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Utilizing Data

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Traveling through the Internet, users generate a wealth of data that can be used to analyze habits, suggest new paths of discovery and support behavior.

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