PIM Book overload part 1: Personal Information Management by William Jones, Jaime Teevan, and a cast of thousands

pimbook   Well, all of a sudden, there’s a lot of books on Personal Information Management. William Jones at UW has been particularly productive! The first book is called “Personal  Information Management”,  and is an collection of papers by many of the top researchers in the field, edited by William Jones (UW) and Jaime Teevan (MSR). Many of the papers were the result of the PIM 2006 workshop in Seattle, and are grouped into four main sections:

  1. Studies of PIM behaviour
  2. New technology – Email! search! structure! I’m particularly excited to see Diane Kelly and Jaime Teevan’s chapter on evaluation. Cool technology is one thing, seeing if it can be used, let alone helps the user, is quite another!
  3. PIM and the individual – The 2 chapters highlight individual differences between users, and how the management of personal health information is an important PIM domain.
  4. PIM and group information management

Full TOC below. You can buy from Amazon (Personal Information Management) or go support your friendly local bookstore … !  TOC 1. Introduction

William Jones (University of Washington) , Jaime Teevan (Microsoft Research)

Part I. Understanding Personal Information Management2. How People Find Personal Information

Jaime Teevan (Microsoft Research), Robert Capra (University of North Carolina), Manuel Pérez-Quiñones (Virginia Tech)

3. How People Keep and Organize Personal Information

William Jones (University of Washington)

4. How People Manage Information over a Lifetime

Catherine C. Marshall (Microsoft)

5. Naturalistic Approaches for Understanding PIM

Charles M. Naumer (University of Washington), Karen E. Fisher (University of Washington)

Part II. Solutions for Personal Information Management 6. Save Everything: Supporting Human Memory with a Personal Digital Lifetime Store

Desney Tan (Microsoft Research), Emma Berry (Addenbrooke’s Hospital and Microsoft Research), Mary Czerwinski (Microsoft Research), Gordon Bell (Microsoft Research), Jim Gemmell (Microsoft Research), Steve Hodges (Microsoft Research), Narinder Kapur (Addenbroke’s Hospital), Brian Meyers (Microsoft Research), Nuria Oliver (Microsoft Research), George Robertson (Microsoft Research), Ken Wood (Microsoft Research)

7. Structure Everything

Tiziana Catarci (Università di Roma “La Sapienza”), Luna Dong (University of Washington), Alon Halevy (Google), Antonella Poggi (Università di Roma “La Sapienza”)

8. Unify Everything: It’s All the Same to Me

David R. Karger (MIT)

9. Search Everything

Daniel M. Russell (Google), Steve Lawrence (Google)

10. Everything through Email

Steve Whittaker (University of Sheffield), Victoria Bellotti (PARC), Jacek Gwizdka (Rutgers)

11. Understanding What Works: Evaluating PIM Tools

Diane Kelly (University of North Carolina), Jaime Teevan (Microsoft Research)

Part III. PIM and the Individual  12. Individual Differences

Jacek Gwizdka (Rutgers), Mark Chignell (University of Toronto)

13. Personal Health Information Management

Anne Moen (University of Oslo and University of Washington)

Part IV. PIM and Other People 14. Group Information Management

Wayne G. Lutters (University of Maryland), Mark S. Ackerman (University of Michigan), Xiaomu Zhou (University of Michigan)

15. Management of Personal Information Disclosure: The Interdependence of Privacy, Security, and Trust

Clare-Marie Karat (IBM TJ Watson), John Karat (IBM TJ Watson), Carolyn Brodie (IBM TJ Watson)

16. Privacy and Public Records

Michael Shamos (CMU)

17. Conclusion William Jones (University of Washington), Jaime Teevan (Microsoft Research)

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