Gisle Hannemyr

Author: Gisle Hannemyr

Lecturer at the Department of Informatics at the University of Oslo, Norway. In charge of the University's Digital Media program. His research interests include convergence, technology, power and democracy, information architecture, distributed multimedia, standards and open systems, information infrastructure, and resource discovery in large information spaces.

Publications

Publication period start: 2003
Number of co-authors: 1

Co-authors

Number of publications with favourite co-authors
P. R. Innocent
1

Productive Colleagues

Most productive colleagues in number of publications
P. R. Innocent
5

Publications

Hannemyr, Gisle (2003): The Internet as Hyperbole: Critical Examination of Adoption Rates. In The Information Society, 19 (2) pp. . https://www.indiana.edu/~tisj/19/2/ab-hannemyr.htm

Hannemyr, Gisle (1999): Technology and Pleasure: Considering Hacking Constructive. In First Monday, 4 (2) pp. . https://www.firstmonday.org/issues/issue4_2/gisle/index.html

Hannemyr, Gisle, Innocent, P. R. (1985): A Network User Interface: Incorporating Human Factors Guidelines into the ISO Standard for. In Behaviour and Information Technology, 4 (4) pp. 309-326.

Hannemyr, Gisle (1983): Human-Factors Standards: The Design of Conceptual Language Interfaces to Open Computer Net. In Behaviour and Information Technology, 2 (4) pp. 345-356.

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