Bill Schilit - Invisible Computing Column

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IEEE Computer Invisible Computing Column

I am editor of the Invisible Computing column that runs bi-monthly in  Computer Magazine. The introductory column:

Mega-Utilities Drive Invisible Technologies,
Bill N. Schilit, 
IEEE Computer, February 2003, pp. 97-99.

The columns by leading researchers from University and industry:

  • Games with a Purpose
    Luis von Ahn (Carnegie Mellon University)
    Computer, June 2006, pp. 92-94.
  • Interacting with Large Displays
    Patrick Baudisch (Microsoft Research)
    Computer, April 2006, pp. 96-97. 
  • Recipes for Digital Living
    Mark W. Newman (PARC), Trevor F Smith (PARC), Bill N. Schilit (Intel)
    Computer, Febrary 2006, pp. 104-106.
  • Minimizing Security Risks in Ubicomp Systems
    Jason I. Hong (Carnegie Mellon University)
    Computer, December 2005, pp. 118-119 
  • Integrating Physical and Digital Interactions
    Scott R. Klemmer (Stanford University)
    Computer, October 2005, pp. 111-113. 
  • Toward a New Communications Genre
    Richard Harper (Microsoft Research)
    Computer, August 2005, pp. 89-91. 
  • Programmable Matter
    Seth Copen Goldstein, Jason D. Campbell, Todd C. Mowry (Carnegie Mellon University)
    Computer, June 2005, pp. 99-101. 
  • Social-Mobile Applications
    Ian Smith (Intel Research)
    Computer, April 2005, pp. 84-85.
  • Creating and Protecting Digital Worlds
    Bill N. Schilit, Roy Want
    Computer, February 2005, pp. 99-101.
  • Metropolitan-Scale Wi-Fi Mesh Networks
    Malik Audeh (Tropos Networks)
    Computer, December 2004, pp. 119-121.
  • User-Centered Location Awareness
    Chris Schmandt, Natalia Marmasse
    Computer, October 2004, pp. 110-111.
  • Context-Aware Trails
    Siobhan Clarke, Cormac Driver
    Computer, August 2004, pp. 97-99.
  • Imperceptible Sensory Channels
    Joshua R. Smith (Tiax LLC),
    Computer, June 2004, pp. 84-85.
  • Enabling Ubiquitous Sensing with RFID
    Roy Want (Intel Corportaiton),
    Computer, April 2004, pp. 84-86.
  • Location-Aware Computing Comes of Age
    Mike Hazas (Lancaster University), James Scott (Intel Research), John Krumm (Microsoft Research)
    IEEE Computer, February 2004, pp. 85-87.
  • Wireless Location Privacy Protection
    Bill Schilit (Intel Research), Jason Hong (University of California, Berkeley), Marco Gruteser (University of Colorado at Boulder)
    Computer, December 2003, pp. 136-137.
  • Ubiquitous Recommender Systems
    David W. McDonald (University of Washington),
    Computer, October 2003, pp. 111-112.
  • Design Patters for Ubiquitous Computing
    James A. Landay (University of California, Berkeley), and Gaetano Borriello (University of Washington),
    Computer, August 2003, pp. 93-95.
  • SPECs: Personal Pervasive Systems
    Mik Lamming (HP Labs), Denis Bohm (Firefly Design),
    Computer, June 2003, pp. 109-111.
  • Interactive Workspaces
    Brad Johanson, Terry Winograd, and Armando Fox (Stanford University),
    Computer, April 2003, pp. 99-101.

Note to authors: Invited submission only. Two pages have an approximate word count of 1,700-2,000; one or two figures; all artwork must be high resolution and royalty free; the short column format does not allow for references, so expand the references enough so people can locate the material, such as including the main author's name or remove them. All material will be professionally edited. Write for a broad but technical audience. I suggest a "vision"  introduction followed by one or two examples with concrete technical details.