Gerrit van der Veer
As always, this year's CHI conference was a peek into the life of our world. Over 2,700 attendees were able to choose from more accepted contributions than ever before. No, we did not lower the quality of our acceptance criteria. Yes, we did condense the presentations, giving authors shorter time slots to discuss their papers. Still, there was enough time for in-depth discussion; presenters simply had to focus more on their paper's core message. And to help attendees decide which talks to attend, we had even more support systems, including the ultra-short daily madness acts, iPhone and Android apps,…
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