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Yamada, Toshiya, Shingu, Jun, Churchill, Elizabeth F., Nelson, Les, Helfman, Jonathan and Murphy, Paul (2004): Who cares?: reflecting who is reading what on distributed community bulletin boards. In: Proceedings of the 2004 ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology 2004. pp. 109-118. http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1029632.1029651

In this paper, we describe the YeTi information sharing system that has been designed to foster community building through informal digital content sharing. The YeTi system is a general information parsing, hosting and distribution infrastructure, with interfaces designed for individual and public content reading. In this paper we describe the YeTi public display interface, with a particular focus on tools we have designed to provide lightweight awareness of others\' interactions with posted content. Our tools augment content with metadata that reflect people\'s reading of content - captured video clips of who\'s reading and interacting with content, tools to allow people to leave explicit freehand annotations about content, and a visualization of the content access history to show when content is interacted with. Results from an initial evaluation are presented and discussed.

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Churchill, Elizabeth F., Nelson, Les, Denoue, Laurent, Helfman, Jonathan and Murphy, Paul (2004): Sharing multimedia content with interactive public displays: a case study. In: Proceedings of DIS04: Designing Interactive Systems: Processes, Practices, Methods, & Techniques 2004. pp. 7-16. http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1013115.1013119

Plasma Posters are large screen, digital, interactive poster-boards situated in public spaces, designed to facilitate informal content sharing within teams, groups, organizations and communities. While interest in interactive community poster boards has grown recently, few successful examples have been reported. In this paper we describe an ongoing installation of Plasma Posters within our organization, and report qualitative and quantitative data from 20 months of use showing the Posters have become an integral part of information sharing, complementing email and Web-based sharing. Success factors include our design process, the reliability and flexibility of the technology and the social setting of our organization. We briefly describe three external installations of the Plasma Poster Network in public places. We then reflect on content posting as "information staging" and the ways in which the public space itself becomes part of the "interface" to content.

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Miller, James, Ferguson, John D. and Murphy, Paul (1999): Groupware Support for Asynchronous Document Review. In: ACM 17th International Conference on Systems Documentation 1999. pp. 185-192. http://www.acm.org/pubs/articles/proceedings/doc/318372/p185-miller/p185-miller.pdf

The formal document review process has basically remained unchanged since it was first introduced by Fagan in 1976. Central to this process is the review meeting, which all participants attend. However, recent empirical work has indicated that this meeting is not necessarily effective. A review model and a prototype co-operative work tool, InspectA, that dispense totally with the need for reviewers to hold face-to-face meetings, are presented. They replace the meeting with further individual reviews combined with communication between reviewers facilitated by electronic mail. The model and tool are both compared with other existing work in the area of meetingless review.

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