I know I have said it before, but the CHI conference brings together an amazing combination of people, disciplines, specializations, and interests. It is also the place to watch for the emergence of new interest areas within the broader field of human-computer interaction. There are several venues within the conference where this happens. It often starts with a special interest group, which is a meeting for an hour or two of like-minded people to discuss an area of common interest, which may in a later year develop into a workshop, which is a more formally organized day-long event. Since…
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