Tuesday, March 18, 2014

The Social Multimedia Experience

As of 2014, I'm taking over the IEEE Computer Social Computing column from John Riedl, who, sadly, passed away last year. The Social Computing column aims to explore the latest developments within the field from the point of view of both researchers and practitioners.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
  • social networking services, applications, and tools;
  • social search;
  • social multimedia and social communications;
  • mobile social networks;
  • social network analysis and visualization;
  • standardization trends and federated social Web initiatives;
  • social computing business models; and
  • societal aspects such as privacy and data protection.
This column is part of the IEEE Computer Society’s Special Technical Community on Social Networking (STCSN) which aims to be the online portal for researchers and practitioners in social computing, social networking, and related fields, fostering communication and interaction among members of this rapidly growing global community. Further information about the STCSN and its goals and members are available at www.computer.org/stcsn. Come and join now!

The March 2014 issue is about

The Social Multimedia Experience

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