Using Information: New Technologies, Ways & Means

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Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Papers Accepted for HICSS 40 in 2 Minitracks

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Using Information: New Technologies, Ways, & Means

Exploring the adoption, utility, and social influences of social bookmarking in a corporate environment
Laurie Damianos, Donna Cuomo, John Griffith, David Hirst, James Smallwood
Crossing boundaries: A case study of employee blogging
Lilia Efimova, Jonathan Grudin
Web mash-ups and patchwork prototyping: User-driven technological innovation with Web 2.0 and open source software
Ingbert R. Floyd, M. Cameron Jones, Dinesh Rathi, Michael B. Twidale
Facilitating mobile music sharing and social interaction with Push!Music
Maria Håkansson, Mattias Rost, Mattias Jacobsson, Lars Erik Holmquist
Leveraging social networks to motivate individuals to reduce their ecological footprints
Jennifer Mankoff, Deanna Matthews, Susan Fussell, Michael Johnson
The social structure of tagging internet video on del.icio.us
John Paolillo, Shashikant Penumarthy
Personality matters: Incorporating detailed user attributes and preferences into the matchmaking process
Jens Riegelsberger, Scott Counts, Shelly Farnham, Bruce Philips
The visual side of Wikipedia
Fernanda Viégas
Community discovery and analysis in blogspace
Ying Zhou, Joseph Davis

Persistent Conversation
(see http://www.visi.com/~snowfall/HICSS_PC.html)

Multiplex conversations afforded by technology
Therese Örnberg Berglund
Conversation Clock: Visualizing audio patterns in groups
Tony Bergstrom, Karrie Karahalios
Interactive community bulletin boards as conversational hubs and sites for playful visual repartee
Elizabeth F. Churchill, Les Nelson
Language networks on LiveJournal
Susan C. Herring, John C. Paolillo, Irene Ramos-Vielba, Inna Kouper, Elijah Wright, Sharon Stoerger, Lois Ann Scheidt, Benjamin Clark
Corporate blogging: Building community through persistent digital talk
Anne Jackson, JoAnne Yates, Wanda Orlikowski
Colin Mochrie vs. Jesus H. Christ: Messages about masculinities and fame in online video conversations
Lori Kendall
Visual conversation styles in web communities
David McDonald
Learning conversations in World of Warcraft
Bonnie Nardi
System persistence in sustained, collaborative problem solving online
Johann Sarmiento
Juggling work qmong multiple projects and partners
Peter Scupelli, Susan R. Fussell, Sara Kiesler, Pablo Quinones, Gail Kusbit
Persistent technical conversations: A vew from the periphery
Yuri Takhteyev
Talk before you type: Coordination in Wikipedia
Fernanda Viégas, Martin Wattenberg, Jesse Kriss, Frank van Ham
Conversational coherence in IM and getting work done
Stephanie Woerner, JoAnne Yates, Wanda Orlikowski

From Other Minitracks…

Assigned tasks are not the same as self-chosen web search tasks
Dan Russell and Carrie Grimes

Warm fronts and high pressure systems: Overcoming geographic dispersion in a meteorological cyberinfrastructure project
Katherine Lawrence, Thomas Finholt, Il-hwan Kim

Related Workshop and Tutorial…

Persistent Converstion (half-day workshop)
Tom Erickson and Susan Herring
(see
http://www.visi.com/~snowfall/HICSS_PC.html)
Socialware (full-day tutorial)
Roxanne Hiltz, Lorne Olfman, Chris Lott

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