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Email use in the context of everyday work practices, or <i>email flow</i>, has not been heavily studied. We present the results of a pair of studies examining how users <i>interlace</i> email with their day-to-day, ongoing work processes. We demonstrate that our subjects use email as a tool for managing moment-to-moment attention and task focus. We also(More)
nted social tion about ughts and f images, ing to sounds and conversations recorded with the photo at the time of capture. We describe the devices used to capture this information and the user experience of the integrated Memory Collage application. The paper will also discuss the implications found for ambient intelligence within social nts. r methods a(More)
Information capturing devices are used in a social gathering environment to capture images, sound, discernable events, and guest input. We see the need for a system that creates an augmented social environment where devices enable one to capture information about a social gathering (e.g. pictures, audio recordings, written thoughts and expression). This(More)
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