Microsoft’s Social Computing Group

Bernarn Moon writes up an interview he had with Lili Chen, Microsoft’s Social Computing Group group manages and discussed with her some of the cool stuff her group is working on in the space of social computing, blogs, virtual worlds and a couple of research applications, Inner Circle and Wallop.

If you like this sort of thing, there’s pleny of cool content to sift through – check out the recorded sessions from Social Computing Symposium 2005 sponsored by Microsoft Research. Here are my highlights:

Comments (2)

  1. Josh Lucas says:

    I’d love to dig into the presentations but it looks like you have to have IE 6. Each link brings up a page asking if I want to install it.


  2. MSDNArchive says:

    That’s lame. I know a large proportion of my readers use non IE, so am not happy. Usual standard is to comply to cross-browser standards. I’ll ping MSR on this.