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          A British HCI Group one-day meeting
                 "COMPUTERS AND FUN 2"
               Monday 20th December 1999
          The Huntingdon Room, King's Manor
                  University of York

Papers to be presented

RE:GOSSIP - A SOCIAL NETWORK OF TRUTHS AND LIES
 Gossip Workgroup: Ron Wakkary, Technical University of British
 Columbia; Jussi Holopainen, Nokia Research Centre, Tampere,
 Finland; Kristina Gregers Andersen, ID's, London.

PERCEIVED NOVELTY OF FUNCTIONS - A SOURCE OF HEDONIC QUALITY
 Marc Hassenzahl, Siemens AG, Corporate Technology, Germany

DESIGNING FOR TV BASED INTERACTIVITY
 Guy Winter, BBC R&D, Jo Hooper, BBC Interactive, Kingswood
 Warren, UK

JOKE TELLING AS AN INTRODUCTION AND A MOTIVATOR TO A NARRATIVE-
BASED COMMUNICATION SYSTEM FOR PEOPLE WITH SEVERE COMMUNICATION
DISORDERS
 David A O'Mara & Annalu Waller, Department of Applied
 Computing, Dundee University, Scotland

RIDING THE WAVE OF THE RECKLESS EXPLORER
 Richard C Thomas, Department of Computer Science, The University
 of Western Australia

LEARNING COMPUTER SCIENCE THROUGH GAMES AND PUZZLES
 Paul Curzon, School of Computing Science, Middlesex University

ENGAGING THE AUDIENCE IN GAMES, NARRATIVE AND DIGITAL MEDIA
 Ella Tallyn University of West England and Hewlett Packard
 Laboratories, Bristol

GETTING PHYSICAL: WHAT IS FUN COMPUTING IN TANGIBLE FORM?
 David Frohlich & Rachel Murphy, Hewlett Packard Laboratories,
 Bristol

Full programme details and how to book a place at this meeting
available at http://www-users.york.ac.uk/~am1/candf2.html
or contact: Andrew Monk, ([log in to unmask]).

The meeting will be held in The King's Manor in the centre of
York and within walking distance of the railway station. York is
less than 2 hours from London King's Cross and 2.5 hours from
Edinburgh. Come for the weekend and finish off your Christmas
shopping in this charming old town.

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