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Interfaces Issue 77 – HCI and Social Networks

The latest issue of Interfaces is now available as pdf from the Interaction Website and 

Challenging HCI practice by Yvonne Rogers,  Abi Sellen,  Tom Rodden & Richard Harper 
Exploring the Facebook experience by Jennefer Hart 
‘All my people right here right now’ by Airi Lampinen 
Social software in education by Shailey Minocha 
Reflections; the God of Small Things by John Knight 
Location based applications by Sebastian Meier & Thomas Hirt 
Evaluating location aware games by Rod McCall 
Whose job is it, anyway? by Tom Stewart 
(re)Actor3 Reviewed by Jennifer G. Sheridan,  Nick Bryan-Kinns & Tom Lloyd 
Create 2008 Reviewed by Tony Rose 
Pastiche Scenarios by Mark Blythe 
My PhD by Lorisa Dubuc

Download 'HCI and Social Networks' for FREE and also visit the Interfaces archive at:

Interfaces Issue 78 – HCI in the Real World
Please send your submissions for the next issue of Interfaces to [log in to unmask] 
by February 14th.
About Interaction  
Founded in 1984, Interaction is the longest-established and largest national group in 
Europe devoted to HCI. A specialist group of the British Computer Society, Interaction 
publishes Interfaces, the  award-winning quarterly magazine for members and the high-
ranking international academic journal Interacting with Computers. The group also 
organises a prestigious annual international conference (HCI 2009 is in Cambridge in 
September) as well as regular workshops and events including the HCI Educators 
Conference held annually with IFIP (in Dundee Abertay in April  2009). Interaction also 
runs a number of websites including the leading global usability portal;  

Join Interaction 
Existing BCS members can join Interaction for free: simply select Interaction as one of 
your five specialist groups. Those not currently in the BCS can join by taking out Student 
(£25) or Affiliate (£35) membership of the BCS (or indeed any of the other membership 
grades). This also entitles you to free membership of four additional BCS specialist 
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