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Studies of information seeking and workplace collaboration often find that social relationships are a strong factor in determining who collaborates with whom. Social networks provide one means of visualizing existing and potential interaction in organizational settings. Groupware designers are using social networks to make systems more sensitive to social situations and guide users toward effective collaborations. Yet, the implications of embedding social networks in systems have not beendoi:10.1145/642611.642714 dblp:conf/chi/McDonald03 fatcat:uhycbta7ajcsxg6wk7we7st3ay