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"Hoven, E.A.W.H. van den" <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 24 Apr 2012 16:29:31 +0200
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Dear colleagues,

Together with my fellow guest editors Corina Sas and Steve Whittaker, I am very happy to announce the latest special issue in the Human-Computer Interaction journal, entitled Designing for Personal Memories.

Below you will find links to the special issue, including three papers that are made open access, including the editorial with our perspective on the field’s past, present and future.

Best regards,
Elise van den Hoven

Elise van den Hoven -<>
Industrial Design                           -<>
Intelligent Lighting Institute           -<>
Eindhoven University of Technology   -<>


Access Special Issue: Designing for Personal Memories: Past, Present, and Future


Human-Computer Interaction<> is pleased to announce the publication of a special issue entitled Designing for Personal Memories: Past, Present, and Future. The guest editors write, "Memory is central to our sense of self and critical to our everyday functioning. We use our memories to maintain our personal identity, to start and mediate relationships, to shape our likes and dislikes, to regulate our moods and solve problems. Recently, however, digital technology has started playing a role, giving rise to questions about how we can use technology to support everyday remembering and leading to this special issue."

Now you can read three articles from this special issue for FREE. Click on the links below to begin your access today:

 *   Introduction to the Special Issue on Designing for Personal Memories: Past, Present, and Future<>, Elise van den Hoven, Corina Sas, and Steve Whittaker;
 *   Socio-Technical Lifelogging: Deriving Design Principles for a Future Proof Digital Past,<> Steve Whittaker, Vaiva Kalnikaité, Deniela Petrelli, Abigail Sellen, Nicolas Sellen, Ofer Bergman, Paul Clough, and Jens Brockmeier;
 *   Food for Talk: Phototalk in the Context of Sharing a Meal,<> Kenton O'Hara, John Helmes, Abigail Sellen, Richard Harper, Martijn ten Bhömer, and Elise van den Hoven.
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