Desituating Action: Digital Representation of Context

@article{Grudin2001DesituatingAD,
  title={Desituating Action: Digital Representation of Context},
  author={Jonathan Grudin},
  journal={Human-Computer Interaction},
  year={2001},
  volume={16},
  pages={269-286}
}
Many psychological studies have shown that when we act, and especially when we interact, we consciously and unconsciously attend to context of many types. Sensors can pick up some but not all context that is acquired through our senses. Some context is lost, some is added, and captured context is presented in new ways. Digital aggregators and interpreters do not aggregate and interpret the same way we do. Missing or altered context disrupts our processing of information in ways that we may not… CONTINUE READING
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