Jonathan Arnowitz, Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson
With another CHI conference upon us, the editors would like to pause and salute the people who make the conference possible: volunteers. The necessity of volunteers is true for every ACM conference, whether it is CHI, DUX, CSCW, UIST, or one of the many events that ACM cosponsors with other societies. Regardless of how we may feel about the individual conferences themselves (they all cater to different groups), the volunteers of these conferences are worthy of our unqualified rave. To pay for professional services instead of using a devoted and talented team of volunteers would put the conference fees…
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