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Persistent Conversation:
History and Paper Downloads

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Getting access to the papers

HICSS papers are supposed to be free to everyone via the IEEE/HICSS digital library. However, I've discovered that putting in links to specific papers -- or even specific years of conference proceedings -- often fails for non-IEEE subscribers. So the links to specific papers in the IEEE library may fail

The best thing to do is to access the IEEE HICSS library via the HICSS website

  • Go to http://www.hicss.hawaii.edu/diglib.htm
  • That will take you to the IEEE library page where you'll select HICSS from the list
  • Then select the year you want
  • Then click on the link for the conference proceedings (the title/author/etc search doesn't appear to work)
  • That will give you a complete list of papers by title, and now you can use command-f to search for the paper you want or search for "Digital Media:" to get you to the right neighborhool (that's the name of the track the papers are in), but "Persistent Conversation" won't help you...

If you continue to have trouble, please email me at snowfall -at- acm --dot---org --Tom

 

2010: Persistent Conversation papers and authors

For papers go to the 2010 HICSS IEEE Digital Library and use command-F to search for the paper by title (if this fails, see the note at the top of the page)

  • Artifacts as Instant Messaging Buddies,
    by Saul Greenberg, Stephen Voida, Nathan Stehr, and Kimberly Tee
  • Engaging the Periphery for Visual Communication on Mobile Phones,
    by Lisa Cowan, Louise Barkhuus, William Griswold, and Jim Hollan
  • Not too long to read: The tldr Interface for Exploring and Navigating Large-Scale Discussion Spaces,
    by Srikanth Narayan, and Coye Cheshire
  • Who’s right and who writes: People, profiles, contacts, and replies in online dating,
    by Andrew Fiore, Lindsay Shaw Taylor, Xiaomeng Zhong, G.A. Mendelsohn, and Coye Cheshire
  • Tweet, Tweet, Retweet: Conversational Aspects of Retweeting on Twitter,
    by danah boyd, Scott Golder and Gilad Lotan

2009: Persistent Conversation papers and authors

For papers go to the 2009 HICSS IEEE Digital Library and use command-F to search for the paper by title (if this fails, see the note at the top of the page)

  • ‘I am a black cat, letting day come and go’: Multimodal Conversations in a Poetry Workshop,
    by Ruy Cervantes, Jahmeilah Richardson, and Bonnie Nardi.
  • Rejection in a Gay Chat Room,
    by Rodney Jones
  • Fast Talking, Fast Shooting: Text Chat in an Online First-Person Game,
    by Susan C. Herring, Daniel Kutz, John Paolillo, and Asta Zelenkauskaite.
  • Beyond Microblogging: Conversation and Collaboration via Twitter,
    by Courtenay Honeycutt and Susan C. Herring.
  • Signs: Increasing Expression and Clarity in Instant Messaging,
    by Aaron Zinman and Judith Donath.
  • Social Visualization of Health Messages,
    by Brant Chee, Karrie Karahalios, and Bruce Schatz.

2008: Persistent Conversation papers and authors

For papers go to the 2008 HICSS IEEE Digital Library and search for "Persistent Conversation" (if this fails, see the note at the top of the page)

  • Television-Mediated Conversation: Coherence in Italian iTV SMS Chat
    Asta Zelenkauskaite and Susan C. Herring
  • Cues to Deception in Online Chinese Groups
    Lina Zhou and Yu-wei Sung
  • Communicators' Perceptions of Social Presence as a Function of Avatar Realism in Small Display Mobile Communication Devices
    Sin-Hwa Kang, James H. Watt and Sasi Kanth Ala
  • Social Exchange Online: Public Conversations in the Blogosphere
    Michael A, Stefanone and Chyng-Yang Jang
  • Exploring the Corporate Blogosphere: A Taxonomy for Research and Practice
    Nicholas S. Lockwood and Alan R. Dennis
  • Online Gestures: Icon Use by Fan Communities on LiveJournal
    Claudia Rebaza
  • Venice, California and World of Warcraft: Persistence and Ephemerality in Playful Spaces
    Silvia Lindtner and Bonnie Nardi

 

2007: Persistent Conversation papers and authors (if this fails, see the note at the top of the page)

  • [public] Entire track in the IEEE/HICSS Digital Library -- scroll down to the Persistent Conversation minitrack.

  • [access via IEEE library ] Visual Conversation Styles in Web Communities
    by David W. McDonald
  • [access via IEEE library] Colin Mochrie vs. Jesus H. Christ: Messages about Masculinities and Fame in Online Video Conversations
    by Lori Kendall
  • [public] Interactive Community Bulletin Boards as Conversational Hubs and Sites for Playful Visual Repartee
    by Elizabeth F. Churchill and Les Nelson
  • [public] Juggling Work Among Multiple Projects and Partners
    by Peter Scupelli, Susan R. Fussell, Sara Kiesler, Pablo Quinones, and Gail Kusbit
  • [public] Multiplex Conversations Afforded by Technology
    by Therese Örnberg Berglund
  • [access via IEEE library ] Conversational Coherence in Instant Messaging and Getting Work Done
    by Stephanie L. Woerner, JoAnne Yates, and Wanda J. Orlikowski
  • [public] ** Talk Before You Type: Coordination in Wikipedia
    Fernanda Viégas, Martin Wattenberg, Jesse Kriss, and Frank van Ham
  • [public] Bridging and Persistence in Sustained, Collaborative Problem Solving Online
    Johann Sarmiento and Gerry Stahl
  • [public] Conversation Clock: Visualizing Audio Patterns in Co-Located Groups
    Tony Bergstrom and Karrie Karahalios
  • [public] Learning Conversations in World of Warcraft
    Bonnie A. Nardi, Stella Ly, and Justin Harris
  • [public] Using Foreign Forums
    Yuri Takhteyev
  • [public]* Language Networks on LiveJournal
    Susan C. Herring, John C. Paolillo, Irene Ramos-Vielba, Inna Kouper, Elijah Wright, Sharon Stoerger, Lois Ann Scheidt, and Benjamin Clark
  • [access via IEEE library ] Corporate Blogging: Building Community through Persistent Digital Talk
    Anne Jackson, JoAnne Yates, and Wanda Orlikowski

    ** Best paper award for Digital Documents and Media track for 2007.

 

2006: Persistent Conversation papers and authors


** Best paper award for Digital Documents and Media track for 2006.

2005: Persistent Conversation papers and authors

2004: Persistent Conversation papers and authors


** Best paper award for Digital Documents track for 2004.

2003- not held

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