About the article
Senior Lecturer Eric Laurier,
Eric Laurier (b. 1968) is a senior lecturer in geography and interaction at University of Edinburgh 〈firstname.lastname@example.org〉. His research interests include visual aspects of interaction, public space, mobility, and technology. His publications include “The spectacular showing: Houdini and the wonder of ethnomethodology” (2004); “Putting the dog back in the park: animal and human mind-in-action” (with R. Maze & J. London, 2006); and “Rotating maps and readers: praxiological aspects of alignment and orientation” (with B. Brown, 2008).
Associate Professor Barry Brown,
Barry Brown (b. 1972) is an associate professor at Mobile Life 〈email@example.com〉. His research interests include technology, ethnomethodology, interaction, and human computer interaction. His publications include “Place as a practical concern of mobile workers” (with K. O'Hara, 2003); “Unpacking the television: studies of a changing technology” (with L. Barkhuus, 2009); and “Experts at play: Understanding skilled expertise” (with S. Reeves & E. Laurier, 2009).
Senior Lecturer Lorimer Hayden,
Hayden Lorimer (b. 1971) is a senior lecturer at the University of Glasgow 〈firstname.lastname@example.org〉. His research interests include landscape, mobility, humans, and animals. His publications include “Herding memories of humans and animals” (2006); and “Forces of nature, forms of life: calibrating ethology and phenomenology” (2010).
Published Online: 2012-09-06
Published in Print: 2012-08-21