We are running a summer school on reproducibility and methodology in CS research.
I am far from a prolific blogger (I tend to keep my rants short and sweet on twitter instead). But I am slowly pulling together bits and bobs from elsewhere and dumping them here.
Our special issue of the International Journal of Human-Computer Studies on Privacy Methodologies in HCI is out!
I have freshened up my website, as an excuse to play with some modern web development tools. It is now generated as a set of static pages using a variety of nanoc and haml, with stylesheets using cascade and scss, and the lato typeface.
The School of Computer Science has funded 600th Anniversary PhD studentships for 2013 entry.
Another comparison with my new N900 phone, this time with the netbook that I bought only two years before the phone. Quite closely matched!
I am on the Technical Programme Committee for this year’s ACM Multimedia 2010 conference.
I am programme co-chair of the 6th International workshop on Wireless Network Measurements (WiNMee 2010) along with Henrik Lundgren.
I think I am a bit late to the party when it comes to this ad, but in my defence I don’t watch that many telly adverts.
By now everyone must be sick of hearing about Facebook’s widely-criticised new privacy settings. So rather than add my 2p, I will point to some interesting posts from the blogosphere:
The web page for the 3rd International Conference on Trust and Trustworthy Computing, Trust 2010, of which I am a TPC member, is now available.