Now that I have been with interactions for ten issues, I thought it was time for some reflection again, about the role of interactions, the needs of the readers, and the directions we should be taking. Not that these things aren't always on my mind, but sometimes it's good to explicitly set them down, and encourage feedback and suggestions. interactions is not an academic publication: its intention is to be at the interface between research and practice, informing the practitioner about new research and how it can be used, and informing the researcher about what is being done and…
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