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Opening plenary for the 2008 ACM conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work

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    • Welcome! Chairs Bo Begole, PARC David McDonald, University of Washington
    • We Need Your Help!
      • Flip flops – we had a little mix-up … trade, swap, exchange until you get a pair of the desired size and color
      • “Ask me about” (on badges) – a simple conversation starter, but feel free to talk about something else too!
    • Sponsors
    • Champion Supporter
    • Benefactors
    • Contributors
    • Pre-Conference Activities
      • Workshops
      • 13 workshops, Saturday & Sunday, over 160 participants
      • Doctoral Colloquium (DC)
      • 20 students, 6 mentors – seek out DC posters in the reception tonight
      • Beach Bonfire Mixer sponsored by IBM
      • Sunday night mixer
      – but not on the beach 
    • Announcements
      • Session Start Time
      • Monday 8:00am
      • Tuesday 8:30am
      • Wednesday 8:30am
      • In-room Internet is complimentary
      • accept the charge – it should be moved off your bill by check-out
    • Monday & Wednesday Lunch 12:00-15:00
      • Buses 11:30-15:30 at front of Hotel
      • Old Town: Corner of Congress & Twiggs
      • more than 30 restaurants in this historic area
      • Gaslamp Quarter: Corner of 1st & G Street
      • more than 150 restaurants, cafes and nightclubs
    • Tuesday Lunch 12:00-15:00
      • Beach Barbeque Playa Park
      • Famous Smokin’ Joe Jones Barbeque Company
    • Meetings
      • CSCW Town Hall Meeting
      • Monday 18:30-20:00
      • Location: Sorrento + San Marino
      • European Society of Socially Embedded Technologies (EUSSET)
      • Tuesday 10:30am-12:00pm
      • Location: Las Palmas
    • Demos, Videos & Interactive Posters Reception, Monday 19:30-22:00
    • Demos, Videos & Interactive Posters Reception, Monday 19:30-22:00 Posters Demos Demos Demos Madness Monday 9:30-10:00
    • Integrated Demos MapChat RTChess Virtual Worlds Storytellr
    • Conference Banquet Sea World – Nautilus Pavilion & Penguin Encounter
      • 18:30 …Busses begin running from hotel port de cher
      • 19:00-21:30 …Cocktails & assorted hors d’oeuvres at the Nautilus Pavilion
      • • Penguin Encounter open
      • 21:30–21:45 … Exit thru Main Gate
    • Organizing Committee
      • Treasurer:
      • Nicolas Ducheneaut, PARC, USA
      • Papers+Notes Chairs:
      • Susan Fussell, Cornell University, USA
      • Beverly Harrison, Intel Research, USA
      • John C. Tang, IBM Research, USA
      • Panels Chair:
      • Louise Barkhuus, UC San Diego, USA
      • Workshops Chairs:
      • Laura Dabbish, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
      • Roel Vertegaal, Human Media Lab, Queen’s University, Canada
      Videos Chair: David Nguyen, Accenture Technology Labs, USA Interactive Posters Chairs: Cleidson de Souza, Universidade Federal do Para’, Brazil Nicolas Roussel, Universite’ Paris-Sud, France Demonstrations Chairs: Meredith Morris, Microsoft Research, USA Mark W. Newman, University of Michigan, USA Doctoral Colloquium Chairs: Pamela Hinds, Stanford University, USA Keith Edwards, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA Awards Chair: Loren Terveen , University of Minnesota, USA
    • Organizing Committee
      • Proceedings Chair:
      • Tom Gross , Bauhaus-University Weimar, Germany
      • Electronic Proceedings Chair:
      • Stephen Voida , University of Calgary, Canada
      • Supplemental Proceedings Chair:
      • Elaine Huang , Motorola Labs, USA
      • Publications Chair:
      • Gillian Hayes , University of California, Irvine, USA
      • Electronic Publications Chairs:
      • Michal Jacovi , IBM Haifa Research Lab, Israel
      • Vova Soroka , IBM Haifa Research Lab, Israel
      Publicity Chair: Madhu Reddy , The Pennsylvania State University, USA Industry Liaisons: Pamela Hinds , Stanford University, USA David Martin , SMART Technologies, Canada A/V and Computing Chairs: Brian Amento, AT&T Labs - Research, USA Patrick Wagstrom, Carnegie Mellon University, USA Student Volunteer Chairs: Karen Parker , UBC, Canada N. Sadat Shami , IBM Research, USA Local Arrangements Chair: Matthew Bietz , University of California, Irvine, USA
    • Program Committee Associate Chairs
      • Volker Wulf, University of Siegen and Fraunhofer FIT, Germany
      • Suzanne Weisband, University of Arizona, USA
      • Gina Venolia, Microsoft Research, USA
      • Loren Terveen, University of Minnesota, USA
      • Nicolas Roussel, Université Paris-Sud, France
      • Volkmar Pipek, University of Siegen, Germany
      • Samuli Pekkola, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
      • Leysia Palen, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
      • Gary Olson, University of Michigan, USA
      • Mark W. Newman, University of Michigan, USA
      Les Nelson, PARC, USA Michael Muller, IBM Research, USA Gloria Mark, University of California, Irvine, USA Regan Mandryk, University of Saskatchewan, Canada Wendy Mackay, INRIA, France Alison Lee, Nokia Research Center, USA Cliff Lampe, Michigan State University, USA Hideaki Kuzuoka, University of Tsukuba, Japan Aniket Kittur, Carnegie Mellon University, USA Sara Kiesler, Carnegie Mellon University, USA Wendy Kellogg, IBM Research, USA Kori Inkpen, Microsoft Research, Canada Pamela Hinds, Stanford University, USA Gillian Hayes, University of California, Irvine, USA Jeff Hancock, Cornell University, USA Christine Halverson, IBM Research, USA Carl Gutwin, University of Saskatchewan, Canada Darren Gergle, Northwestern University, USA Danyel Fisher, Microsoft Research, USA Scott Counts, Microsoft Research, USA A.J. Brush, Microsoft Research, USA Barry Brown, University of California San Diego, USA Jakob Bardram, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark Brian Bailey, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagn Daniel Avrahami, Intel Research Seattle, USA Paul Aoki, Intel Research, USA
    • Program Committee Associate Chairs
      • Volker Wulf, University of Siegen and Fraunhofer FIT, Germany
      • Suzanne Weisband, University of Arizona, USA
      • Gina Venolia, Microsoft Research, USA
      • Loren Terveen, University of Minnesota, USA
      • Nicolas Roussel, Université Paris-Sud, France
      • Volkmar Pipek, University of Siegen, Germany
      • Samuli Pekkola, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
      • Leysia Palen, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
      • Gary Olson, University of Michigan, USA
      • Mark W. Newman, University of Michigan, USA
      Les Nelson, PARC, USA Michael Muller, IBM Research, USA Gloria Mark, University of California, Irvine, USA Regan Mandryk, University of Saskatchewan, Canada Wendy Mackay, INRIA, France Alison Lee, Nokia Research Center, USA Cliff Lampe, Michigan State University, USA Hideaki Kuzuoka, University of Tsukuba, Japan Aniket Kittur, Carnegie Mellon University, USA Sara Kiesler, Carnegie Mellon University, USA Wendy Kellogg, IBM Research, USA Kori Inkpen, Microsoft Research, Canada Pamela Hinds, Stanford University, USA Gillian Hayes, University of California, Irvine, USA Jeff Hancock, Cornell University, USA Christine Halverson, IBM Research, USA Carl Gutwin, University of Saskatchewan, Canada Darren Gergle, Northwestern University, USA Danyel Fisher, Microsoft Research, USA Scott Counts, Microsoft Research, USA A.J. Brush, Microsoft Research, USA Barry Brown, University of California San Diego, USA Jakob Bardram, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark Brian Bailey, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagn Daniel Avrahami, Intel Research Seattle, USA Paul Aoki, Intel Research, USA … and 599 paper reviewers
    • Panels
      • Making Web 2.0 Work for the Enterprise
      • Monday 15:00-16:30 Capri + Riviera
      • Ubicomp’s Role in CSCW
      • Tuesday 10:30-12:00 Capri + Riviera
      • CSCW at Play
      • Wednesday 10:30 - 12:00 Capri + Riviera
    • Honorable Mention
      • Imprint, a community visualization of printer data: designing for open-ended engagement on sustainability (note)
      • Harnessing the Wisdom of Crowds in Wikipedia: Quality Through Coordination
      • Articulations of WikiWork: Uncovering Valued Work in Wikipedia through Barnstars
      • EatWell: Sharing Nutrition-Related Memories in a Low-Income Community
      • The Context, Content & Community Collage: Sharing Personal Digital Media in the Physical Workplace
      • Evaluating the Deployment of a Mobile Technology in a Hospital Ward
      The Computational Geowiki: What, Why, and How Linguistic Mimicry and Trust in Text-Based CMC (note) I’m Sad You’re Sad: Emotional Contagion in CMC (note) Asymmetry in Media Spaces Context-Linked Virtual Assistants for Distributed Teams: An Astrophysics Case Study Asymmetric Personal Information for Interpersonal Advantage (note) The Effects of Local Lag on Tightly-Coupled Interaction in Distributed Groupware
    • Best Papers & Notes
      • Papers
      • Coordinating High-Interdependency Tasks in Asymmetric Distributed Teams
      • Petra S Bayerl, Delft University of Technology
      • Kristina Lauche, Delft University of Technology
      • Steps Toward a Typology for Health Informatics
      • Ellen Balka, Simon Fraser University
      • Pernille Bjorn, Simon Fraser University
      • Ina Wagner, Vienna University of Technology
      • Assistance: The Work Practices of Human Administrative Assistants and their Implications for IT and Organizations
      • Thomas Erickson, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
      • Catalina M Danis, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
      • Wendy A Kellogg, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
      • Mary E Helander, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
      Notes The Confusion of Crowds: Non-Dyadic Help Interactions (note) Vandana Singh, University of Tennessee, Knoxville Michael B Twidale, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Can You Ever Trust a Wiki? Impacting Perceived Trustworthiness in Wikipedia (note) Aniket Kittur, Carnegie Mellon University Bongwon Suh, Palo Alto Research Center Inc. Ed H Chi, Palo Alto Research Center Inc
    • Closing Keynote – Sara Diamond Wednesday 17:00 - 18:30
      • Between Cohesion and Cognitive Dissonance: Designs for Interdisciplinary Collaboration
      • Selected Achievements
      • President of the Ontario College of Art & Design (OCAD)
      • Member of the Ontario Ministry of Culture's Minister's Advisory Council on Arts & Culture
      • Member Board of Directors of the Toronto Arts Council Foundation
      • Former Director of Research for the prestigious Banff Centre
      • Created the renowned Banff New Media Institute (BNMI)
      • Creator and Editor-in-Chief of www.horizonzero.ca
      • She holds degrees from Canada and the United Kingdom in social history, communications, new media theory and practice
    • Opening Keynote Cory Ondrejka
      • Recursive Collaboration: Building Linden Lab and Second Life
      • Selected Achievements
        • SVP of Digital Strategy for EMI music
        • Cofounder of Second Life
        • Adjunct professor at the Annenberg School for Communication
        • Numerous video games including Road Rash 64
        • Graduate of US Naval Academy – Weapons/ Systems Engineering & Computer Science
    • Cory’s Talk Questions Name & Affiliation Madness presenters go line up
    • Madness Presenters go line up
    • Break
      • Please leave the room quickly
    • Extra Slides
      • 8-12 Nov 2008, San Diego, Hilton Resort
      • • A world class city with great climate
      • • Keynotes: Cory Ondrejka, SecondLife
      • • Sara Diamond, OCAD
      • • Social and networking opportunities
      • • Conference banquet at Sea World
      • • Demonstrations reception
      • • Diverse Program
        • Wikis & Wikipedia
        • Naughty & Nice issues in Social Networking
        • Gaming
        • Health Informatics
      • • Deployments at Home
      • • Distributed Teams
      • Media Spaces
      • Online Community
      • Interpersonal Relations in the Group
      • Work Places and Work Practices
    • Honorable Mention
      • Imprint, a community visualization of printer data: designing for open-ended engagement on sustainability (note)
      • Zachary Pousman, Georgia Institute of Technology
      • Hafez Rouzati, Georgia Institute of Technology
      • John Stasko, Georgia Institute of Technology
      • Harnessing the Wisdom of Crowds in Wikipedia: Quality Through Coordination
      • Aniket Kittur, Carnegie Mellon University
      • Robert E. Kraut, Carnegie Mellon University
      • Articulations of WikiWork: Uncovering Valued Work in Wikipedia through Barnstars
      • Travis Kriplean, University of Washington
      • Ivan Beschastnikh, University of Washington
      • David W. McDonald, University of Washington
      • EatWell: Sharing Nutrition-Related Memories in a Low-Income Community
      • Andrea Grimes, Georgia Institute of Technology
      • Martin Bednar, Georgia Institute of Technology
      • Jay David Bolter, Georgia Institute of Technology
      • Rebecca E Grinter, Georgia Institute of Technology
      • The Context, Content & Community Collage: Sharing Personal Digital Media in the Physical Workplace
      • Joseph F. McCarthy, Strands Labs
      • Ben Congleton, University of Michigan
      • F. Maxwell Harper, University of Minnesota
      Evaluating the Deployment of a MobileTechnology in a Hospital Ward Charlotte Tang, University of Calgary Sheelagh Carpendale, University of Calgary The Computational Geowiki: What, Why, and How Reid Priedhorsky, University of Minnesota Loren Terveen, University of Minnesota Linguistic Mimicry and Trust in Text-Based CMC (note) Lauren E Scissors, Northwestern University Alastair J Gill, Northwestern University Darren Gergle, Northwestern University I’m Sad You’re Sad: Emotional Contagion in CMC (note) Jeffrey T Hancock, Cornell University Kailyn Gee, Cornell University Kevin Ciaccio, Cornell University Jennifer Mae-Hwah Lin, Cornell University Asymmetry in Media Spaces Amy Voida, University of Calgary Stephen Voida, University of Calgary Saul Greenberg, University of Calgary Helen Ai He, University of Calgary Context-Linked Virtual Assistants for Distributed Teams: An Astrophysics Case Study Sarah S. Poon, Space Sciences Lab Rollin C. Thomas, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Cecilia R. Aragon, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Brian Lee, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, Gatan Inc Asymmetric Personal Information for Interpersonal Advantage (note) Jeffrey T Hancock, Cornell University Catalina Toma, Cornell University Kate Fenner, InvestorGuide.com The Effects of Local Lag on Tightly-Coupled Interaction in Distributed Groupware Dane Stuckel, University of Saskatchewan Carl Gutwin, University of Saskatchewan