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Eben Haber <[log in to unmask]>
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CHI 2010 less than 3 weeks away!

Less than 3 weeks remain until CHI 2010 gets underway, so it's time to get ready.

* Online registration ends on April 3
* You can find a preview ( of
  what to look for on the CHI website.
* Also remember that course registration limits have been lifted, if
  you want to add more courses
* There is still space in a few of the Atlanta HCI Tours for the
  Friday after the conference
* Finally, be sure to check out the CHI Madness preview on YouTube

CHI 2010 iPhone App now Available

It's CHI in your pocket! Thanks to Justin Weisz, Stephen Oney, and
Jason Weise at CMU, there is an iPhone app for navigating the CHI 2010
schedule. Browse papers by session, title, or author, and build your
own custom schedule of the things you want to see. Best of all, it's

Connect with CHI 2010 on Twitter, Facebook, and Flickr!

Share your thoughts, experiences, and photos related to CHI 2010. For
Flickr, tag photos with #chi2010. For Twitter, tag tweets
with #chi2010 and optionally the session room. And become a fan of CHI
2010 on facebook to see updates from the conference organizers. The
CHI 2010 website has pageswith the Twitter feed
(, Flickr
stream (, and
Facebook updates (

Event Maps for CHI2010

Event Maps is a rich internet application intended to help people
browse/organize/collaborate on multi-track conference events. Event
Maps is brought to you by IBM Research - Watson and is being deployed
for CHI 2010 attendees to help refine the system and provide an
attendee benefit. Using Event Maps, you can browse, search and
navigate the sessions of a conference via a zoommable interface. If
you log in, you will be able to mark sessions of interest as
favorites, export favorites, make comments, view the comments of
others, and see the popularity of sessions according to favorite

Event Maps is an accepted Work In Progress for CHI 2010 and this "live
demo" of the system is being provided as an adjunct to their poster.
You can see the Event Map for CHI 2010 here:

CHI 2010: The 28th Annual CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

CHI (ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems) is the
premier international conference for the field of human-computer
interaction. CHI 2010 looks outward to the human experience of
computing in the world. "We are HCI" challenges our community to
embrace the diversity of HCI in the world and to exclaim our
commitment as a profession to empower people from all walks of life.

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