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A paper presented at CHI 2000 by Paul Maglio and Christopher Campbell from IBM,
"Tradeoffs in Displaying Periperal Information",  suggest the following
guidelines for scrolling information:
1. Motion or animation should be kept at a minimum
2. Motion or animation (when used) should not be continuous  (The paper suggests
moving the information into the message area in one chunk and having it remain
there for a certain amount of time before sending in the next chunk of
information.  This is considered discrete scrolling.)
3. Discrete animation seems ideal for update feedback
4. Visual feedback (that the information has changed) is better than auditory
(for visual information)
5. Scrolling direction does not matter

The entire paper can be found in the CHI 2000 Conference Proceedings.

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