Dr. Sara Diamond the President of the Ontario College of Art and
Design University and I are the general co-chairs for MobileHCI 2014 the 16th
International Conference on Mobile Human-Computer Interaction in
I would like to thank you, our friends and family for being with us here today on this next great stage in our journey through life together. I love Bradley so very much and I'm very thankful you were here to witness our Union. Or as Bradley's father put it "so we weren't living in sin any more". I'll try to keep this short, as I speak too often and perhaps too long as you all know. Tonight there are many things I'm thankful for but I do have one regret and one hope for the future. So, firstly, I am very thankful that the surprise venue remained a secret. I hope the surprise was worth the wait? Keeping this a secret from all of you was quite difficult and stressful. We have come to realise that children love surprises but adults, not so much. So, again I wanted to thank all the staff of the Royal Scotsman, our photographers Huma and Matthew and all the staff at the Balmoral hotel from earlier today. Indeed there were many people who have helped make this …
Here I am collecting up some references to books from colleagues and others which are suggested reading for computer science students. Some suggestions are from others on twitter so these just have their @ handle. Those related to posts with more details are linked. Rather than repeat what each person or others say about the book I simply refer you to the source to keep this list brief. Note, some of the text in [AD 2010] and [IS 2010] overlaps as they drew from the same suggestions.