Abstract

What will we leave behind in this new digital age? As digital technology takes an ever-increasing role in our lives, one question is how we’ll manage our collections after we’re gone. What takes the place of shoeboxes full of pictures and dog-eared record albums? Get an inside look at Microsoft researcher Richard Banks’s thinking about how we might manage the digital artifacts and content we’re creating now—and how we might pass on or inherit these kinds of items in the future.

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Publication typeBook
URLhttp://blogs.msdn.com/b/microsoft_press/archive/2011/09/26/announcing-the-microsoft-research-series-from-microsoft-press.aspx
ISBN978-0-7356-5806-6
PublisherMicrosoft

Previous versions

Abigail Sellen and Steve Whittaker. Beyond total capture: A constructive critique of lifelogging., Communications of the ACM, Association for Computing Machinery, Inc., May 2010.

Abigail Durrant, David Frohlich, Abigail Sellen, and Evanthia Lyons. Home curation versus Teen Photography: Photo displays in the family home, International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, Elsevier , December 2009.

Michael Massimi, William Odom, Richard Banks, and David Kirk. Matters of life and death: locating the end of life in lifespan-oriented hci research, Association for Computing Machinery, Inc., 2011.

Vaiva Kalnikaite, Abigail Sellen, Steve Whittaker, and Dave Kirk. Now let me see where I was: Understanding how Lifelogs mediate memory, Association for Computing Machinery, Inc., April 2010.

William Odom, Richard Banks, and David Kirk. Reciprocity, Deep Storage and Letting go: opportunities for designing interactions with inherited digital materials, Interactions Volume 17, Issue 5, Association for Computing Machinery, Inc., September 2010.

Richard Banks and Abigail Sellen. Shoebox: Mixing storage and display of digital images in the home., Association for Computing Machinery, Inc., 2009.

Abigail Durrant, Alex S. Taylor, David Frohlich, Abigail Sellen, and David Uzzell. Photo displays and intergenerational relationships in the family home, 1 September 2009.

Dave Kirk, Shahram Izadi, Abigail Sellen, Stuart Taylor, Richard Banks, and Otmar Hilliges. Opening Up the Family Archive, Association for Computing Machinery, Inc., February 2010.

Will Odom, Richard Harper, Abigail Sellen, Dave Kirk, and Richard Banks. Passing on and putting to rest: Understanding bereavement in the context of interactive technologies, Association for Computing Machinery, Inc., April 2010.

David S. Kirk and Abigail Sellen. On human remains: Value and practice in the home archiving of cherished objects. , ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, Association for Computing Machinery, Inc., July 2010.

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