Social Computing Workshop (May 30, 2008)

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The UCSB Social Computing Group held a workshop on May 30th 2008 on the present and future of social computing with guests Joan DiMicco (IBM Collaborative User Experience Group), Tad Hirsch (MIT Media Lab), Peter Kollock (Sociology Dept., UCLA), Larry Sanger (a founder of Wikipedia, Editor-in-Chief of the Citizendium), and Nancy Van House (School of Information, UC Berkeley). The workshop was a small-scale, by-invitation-only event designed to facilitate brainstorming.

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For more information, participant bios, readings and links, workshop blogs, and event photos, visit the UCSB Social Computing Workshop Wiki.