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User Behavior in Social Media
Eric Gilbert, Interactive Computing, highlights an exploratory study of Pinterest that shows what key words help define the nature of the network and an interesting paradox with its predominantly female user base. Also, C.J. Hutto, Human-Centered Computing, talks about a Twitter statistical study and its recommendations on how to be more successful with 140 characters.
Health in Focus
Elizabeth Mynatt, Ellen Yi-Luen Do and Rosa Arriaga discuss the creation and improvement of healthcare applications and theory in human-computer interaction.
Creativity Support for Novice Digital Filmmaking
Alex Zook, Human-Centered Computing program, talks about a rule-based intelligent system developed to reduce the frequency of errors that digital filmmaking novices make by providing information about rule violations without prescribing solutions.