Personal Information Management — PIM 2016

Position Papers

  1. Theresa Anderson and Roberto Martinez-Maldonado. Building a ‘Qualified Self’ around Lifecycles of Experience and Thinking.
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  2. Victoria Bellotti. Metadata Matters in Personal Information Management.
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  3. Rob Capra. Considerations for Long-Term Personal Information Management.
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  4. Jesse David Dinneen, Fabian Odoni and Charles-Antoine Julien. Towards a Desirable Data Collection Tool for Studying Long-Term PIM.
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  5. Chris Elsden, Abigail Durrant and David Kirk. The Quantified Past as PIM: Remembering a Data-Driven Life.
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  6. Thomas Erickson. PIM: Reflections and Three Issues.
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  7. Robert Douglas Ferguson. Ethics and the Long-Term Management of Personal Information.
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  8. Benjamin Hanrahan, Manuel Perez-Quinones and John Carroll. Compound Fragmentation of Longitudinal Personal Information.
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  9. Kirstie Hawkey. Exploring changing information needs with cognitive decline.
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  10. Yuanyuan Feng and Denise E. Agosto. Long-term Management of Personal Health Information Generated by Activity Trackers.
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  11. Max Van Kleek, Reuben Binns, Jun Zhaoand Nigel Shadbolt. The Long-Term Implications of the Increasing Loss of Control Over Our Personal Information.
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  12. William Jones and Cynthia Lerouge. Information, knowledge and successful aging.
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  13. Ahreum Lee and Hokyoung Ryu. How to continue sustainable user engagement with perpetual photo archives through wearable camera.
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  14. Catherine Marshall. Benign Neglect and the Institutional Archiving of Personal Ephemera.
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  15. Stina Nylander and Jakob Tholander. Sports as an Example Domain for Collection of Personal Information.
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