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Travelled to:
1 × Austria
1 × Canada
1 × Italy
1 × The Netherlands
5 × USA
Collaborated with:
B.A.Nardi S.M.Ehrlich K.Sheridan S.White N.Ducheneaut Thomas Debeauvais N.Yee J.Pierce E.Paulos M.Gumbrecht E.Isaacs A.Walendowski K.Rahardja E.Levy J.Zacks B.Tversky S.Whittaker C.A.Kamm L.Nelson C.Held P.Pirolli L.Hong E.H.Chi V.Bellotti J.B.Begole E.H.Chi J.Fang T.H.King M.W.Newman K.Partridge B.Price P.Rasmussen M.Roberts
Talks about:
social (3) peopl (3) warcraft (2) facial (2) examin (2) energi (2) affect (2) world (2) activ (2) serendipit (1)

Person: Diane J. Schiano

DBLP DBLP: Schiano:Diane_J=

Contributed to:

CHI 20102010
CHI 20092009
CHI 20082008
CHI 20042004
CSCW 20042004
CSCW 20022002
CHI 20002000
CHI 19981998
CHI 19961996
FDG 20112011

Wrote 11 papers:

CHI-2010-PierceSP #energy #interactive
Home, habits, and energy: examining domestic interactions and energy consumption (JP, DJS, EP), pp. 1985–1994.
CHI-2009-NelsonHPHSC #social
With a little help from my friends: examining the impact of social annotations in sensemaking tasks (LN, CH, PP, LH, DJS, EHC), pp. 1795–1798.
CHI-2008-BellottiBCDFIKNPPRRSW #mobile #recommendation
Activity-based serendipitous recommendations with the Magitti mobile leisure guide (VB, JBB, EHhC, ND, JF, EI, THK, MWN, KP, BP, PR, MR, DJS, AW), pp. 1157–1166.
CHI-2004-SchianoES #category theory #imperative
Categorical imperative NOT: facial affect is perceived continuously (DJS, SME, KS), pp. 49–56.
CSCW-2004-NardiSG #people #process #question #social
Blogging as social activity, or, would you let 900 million people read your diary? (BAN, DJS, MG), pp. 222–231.
The character, functions, and styles of instant messaging in the workplace (EI, AW, SW, DJS, CAK), pp. 11–20.
CHI-2000-SchianoERS #interface
Face to interface: facial affect in (hu)man and machine (DJS, SME, KR, KS), pp. 193–200.
CHI-1998-SchianoW #people
The First Noble Truth of CyberSpace: People are People (even when they MOO) (DJS, SW), pp. 352–359.
CHI-1996-LevyZTS #perspective
Gratuitous Graphics? Putting Preferences in Perspective (EL, JZ, BT, DJS), pp. 42–49.
If you build it they might stay: retention mechanisms in World of Warcraft (TD, BAN, DJS, ND, NY), pp. 180–187.
FDG-2011-SchianoNDDY #social
A new look at World of Warcraft's social landscape (DJS, BAN, TD, ND, NY), pp. 174–179.

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