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MM
2006
ACM
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Extraction of social context and application to personal multimedia exploration
Personal media collections are often viewed and managed along the social dimension, the places we spend time at and the people we see, thus tools for extracting and using this inf...
Brett Adams, Dinh Q. Phung, Svetha Venkatesh
JCDL
2006
ACM
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The social life of books in the humane library
The development of public libraries may have inadvertently brought the age of marginalia to a close but the advent of digital libraries could revive the practice of marginal annot...
Yoram Chisik, Nancy Kaplan
BCSHCI
2009
9 years 3 months ago
"A little silly and empty-headed": older adults' understandings of social networking sites
This study suggests reasons for the absence of a growing proportion of the population, the so-called baby boomers, from the otherwise highly popular social networking sites. We ex...
Vilma Lehtinen, Jaana Näsänen, Risto Sar...
ICWSM
2010
9 years 1 months ago
Longevity in Second Life
User retention is important to the success of online social media, particularly in virtual world settings where users shape one another’s online experience. We study a rich set ...
ChunYuen Teng, Lada A. Adamic
CHI
2001
ACM
10 years 2 months ago
Digital family portraits: supporting peace of mind for extended family members
A growing social problem in the U.S., and elsewhere, is supporting older adults who want to continue living independently, as opposed to moving to an institutional care setting. O...
Elizabeth D. Mynatt, Jim Rowan, Sarah Craighill, A...
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