PDAs and shared public displays: Making personal information public, and public information personal

  title={PDAs and shared public displays: Making personal information public, and public information personal},
  author={Saul Greenberg and Michael Boyle and Jason C. Laberge},
  journal={Personal Technologies},
We are investigating how people move from individual to group work through the use of both personal digital assistants (PDAs) and a shared public display. Our scenario of this work covers the following activities. First, mobile individuals can create “personal” notes on their PDAs. Second, when individuals meet in real time, they can selectively “publicise” notes by moving them to a shared public display. Third, the group can manipulate personal and public items in real time through both PDAs… CONTINUE READING
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