interactions magazine, September+October 2008

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interactions magazine, September+October 2008

(Welcome) Interactions: We're Not in Kansas Anymore
Richard Anderson, Jon Kolko

Section: The Importance of Personal Relationships

Experiential Aesthetics: A Framework for Beautiful Experiences
Uday Gajendar

Intimate Interactions: Online Representation and Software of the Self
Jeffrey Bardzell, Shaowen Bardzell

(Sustainably Ours) Personal Inventories in the Context of
Sustainability and Interaction Design
William Odom, Eli Blevis, Erik Stolterman

(Lifelong Interactions) Memory Impairment is a Family Affair
Mike Wu

Life at the Margins: Assessing the Role of Technology for the Urban Homeless
Christopher A. Le Dantec

Section: Old Models No Longer Suffice

(COVER STORY) Toto, I've Got a Feeling We're Not in Kansas Anymore...
Meredith Davis

(On Modeling) Design in the Age of Biology: Shifting from a
Mechanical-Object Ethos to an Organic System Ethos
Hugh Dubberly

(Ps and Qs) Open, Closed, or Ajar? Content Access and interactions
Elizabeth Churchill, Mark Vanderbeeken

(The Way I See It) Simplicity is Not the Answer
Don Norman

(OK/Cancel) Applied Science
Tom Chi, Keven Cheng

What Should Be Automated?
Matti Tedre

(True Tales) Living in the Overlap
Steve Portigal

Section: Factors to No Longer Overlook

Ignorance of Interaction Programming is Killing People
Harold Thimbleby

Mental and Conceptual Models, and the Problem of Contingency
Charles Hannon

(Timelines) Why Engelbart Wasn't Given the Keys to Fort Knox:
Revisiting Three HCI Landmarks
Jonathan Grudin

Let's Get Physical
Gretchen Anderson

The Researcher-Tool Mismatch: Improving the Fit Between User
Researchers and Technology
Rob Tannen

(Closing) interactions cafe

On Addressing Wicked Problems...
Jon Kolko, Richard Anderson

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