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METHOD BY WHICH INFORMATION IS SHARED GIVEN A TIME, DATE, OR LOCATION TO ENHANCE HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF WEB BASED CONTENT

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000236538D
Publication Date: 2014-May-01

Publishing Venue

The IP.com Prior Art Database

Related People

Yan Tseytlin: AUTHOR

Abstract

This disclosure generally relates to systems and methods that facilitate identifying and associating historical content, from one or more categories of content, having significance to a content being accessed or uploaded based upon metadata associated with or derived from the content in order to provide context to the content during current or future access.

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METHOD BY WHICH INFORMATION IS SHARED GIVEN A TIME, DATE, OR LOCATION TO ENHANCE HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF WEB BASED

CONTENT

TECHNICAL FIELD

This disclosure generally relates to systems and methods that facilitate identifying

and associating historical content, from one or more categories of content, having significance to a content being accessed or published based upon metadata associated with or derived from the content in order to provide context to the content during current or future access.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

    Many content systems provide for consumers to view content that has been published over many years. Oftentimes, the content has brief or no description and titles which may not be very descriptive. Furthermore, the content itself may not provide much detail as to the meaning of the content. As such, the consumer may not have a good context for understanding the content. For example, a video of a presidential state of the union address may make glancing references to events that took place during the year, however a viewer watching the speech years later or from another country may not understand the references due to lack of context.

SUMMARY

    A simplified summary is provided herein to help enable a basic or general understanding of various aspects of exemplary, non-limiting embodiments that follow in the more detailed description and the accompanying drawings. This summary is not intended, however, as an extensive or exhaustive overview. Instead, the purpose of this summary is to present some concepts related to some exemplary non-limiting embodiments in simplified form as a prelude to more detailed description of the various embodiments that follow in the disclosure.

    In accordance with a non-limiting implementation, a request for access to a content item is received, at least one context attribute associated with the content item identified, wherein the at least one context attribute includes a timestamp, additional content items representing historical events that occurred within a specified time range of the timestamp are identified, and the content item is presented with the additional content items.

    In accordance with a non-limiting implementation, an interface component is configured to receive a request for access to a content item, a context parameter identification component configured to identify at least one context attribute associated with the content item, wherein the at least one context attribute includes a timestamp, a historical event identification component is configured to identify additional content items representing historical events that occurred within a specified time range of the timestamp, and an access event association component is configured to present the content item with the additional content items.

    In accordance with a non-limiting implementation, a request to publish a content item is received, at least one context attribute associated with the content item identified, wherei...