Privacy and autonomy
- Leakiness and creepiness in app space
- Ubicomp’s colonial impulse
- Infrastructures and their discontents
- Privacy issues and HCI, in Security and Usability: Designing Secure Systems That People Can Use. O’Reilly.
- Privacy: Personal information, threats, and technologies
- Hanging on the ‘Wire: A field study of an audio-only media space
- Dongles, in Paid: Tales of Dongles, Checks, and Other Money Stuff. MIT Press.
- From meiwaku to tokushita! Lessons for digital money design from Japan
- Everyday Digital Money workshop
- Real money and its alternatives
- The value of mobile banking, models, and methods: Can you hear me now?
- Navigating Future Moneyscapes scenarios
- What’s in your wallet? Implications for global e-wallet design
Consumerization and development
- Reassessing ICTs and development: The social forces of consumption whitepaper
- Consumption, technology, and development: The “poor” as “consumer”
- Cracking representations of the emerging markets: It’s not just about affordability
- Rural broadband expansion in the United States: Citizen perception as a social process
Mobility, urbanity, and architecture
Technologies for families
- Nurturing technologies in the domestic environment
- Casablanca: designing social communication devices for the home
- Issued US patents on an “electronic pinboard” groups of friends could use to keep connected, on variable video-audio-graphic connections responsive to desired privacy, and on items of home decor over which people could intentionally send and receive “presence” messages (from work at Interval Research Corp.)
- Descriptions of simple spatial scenes in English and Japanese
- Why do speakers mix perspectives?
- Reference points and the structure of cognitive maps