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Pervasive Computing subreddit

Mary Baker and I have created a subreddit specifically for pervasive, mobile, andubiquitous computing, and we’d like you to join and share content. Examples include (but are not limited to): ·News in the popular press about mobile and ubiquitous computing ·Works in progress that you, your colleagues, or your friends are doing ·Fun videos of pervasive computing systems in action ·Information about interesting research papers, best paper awards ·Dates, calls for papers, and calls for participation for relevant conferences ·Smartphone apps that you are working on and you want people to try ·Discussing trends in ubicomp research, including trends in research or in technology (can be an article, your opinion, or a question) ·Pictures and trip reports of conferences and trade shows We’ve also asked some faculty to consider incorporating the use of this site as a shared resource for their courses, for example having discussion of research papers there, or posting summaries of in-class discussion. The…