[Humanist] 25.241 new publication: Human IT 11.1

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 25, No. 241.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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        Date: Tue, 23 Aug 2011 10:03:18 +0200
        From: "Mats Dahlström" <Mats.Dahlstrom at hb.se>
        Subject: Human IT 11.1

Dear all,

A new issue (vol.11, #1) of the digital humanities journal Human IT is
now available at:

The four articles (three of which are peer reviewed) cover
computer-mediated information sharing in rural communities; mobile phone
design and text-messaging; the blog as a writing tool from a
historical-comparative perspective; and the integration of communication
technology in everyday leisure activities.

Table of contents:

* Editorial

* Antonio Díaz Andrade & Cathy Urquhart
The Role of Social Connectors in Seeking Computer-mediated Information
in Rural Societies [Refereed section]

* Vimala Balakrishnan & Paul H.P. Yeow
Determining the Predictors and a Cross-gender Analysis for Messaging
Satisfaction [Open section]

* Ruth Grüters
Blogg - et arkiv for skriving og refleksjon [= Blog - an archive for
writing and reflection] [Refereed section]

* Anna-Malin Karlsson
Online Outdoor: Technological, Discursive and Textual Transformations
of the Activity of Skating [Refereed section]

Human IT is a multi-disciplinary and scholarly journal with the goal of
bringing forth new research and discussion about digital media as
communicative, aesthetic, and ludic instruments. It is published by the
University of Borås.

For more information, please contact human.it [at] hb.se or visit our
web site:

Best wishes,
Mats Dahlström and Jonas Söderholm, editors

Mats Dahlström, associate professor
Swedish School of Library and Information Science
UC Borås / University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Mats dot Dahlstrom at hb dot se ; +46 33 435 44 21 ;

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