Strong registrations for the 1998 Computer Supported Cooperative Work Conference have confirmed the interest and excitement about coordinated activity and technologies that support it, coming from both industry and academia. This is the last week for advance registration. The Westin hotel block is taken, overflow accommodation is available. November 15 is a broad range of full-day and half-day tutorials. On November 16 Douglas Engelbart's 1998 ACM Turing Award lecture opens the program of papers, panels, and demos. William J. Mitchell, Dean of the MIT School of Architecture and Planning, will close with "The Design Studio of the Future." We have obtained use of Seattle's monorail for transportation to the banquet at the Pacific Science Center. CSCW is a highly selective, interdisciplinary, dual-track ACM conference. Papers this year include contributions from MIT Media Lab, GMD, Xerox PARC, Andersen Consulting, CMU, ATT Labs, Fuji Xerox and many other uiverssities and organizations... Sample paper sessions: "Mirrors to the Future: New Interaction Paradigms"; "Organizational Culture: Memory and Change"; "From Single-Display Groupware to Mobility." Panels: "An Internet Paradox"; "Cooperative Buildings: Integrating Information, Organization, and Architecture." Sponsors: Lotus, Microsoft, MITRE, Smart Technologies, Sun www.acm.org/sigchi/cscw98 In the 21st century all work will be computer supported. November 6 is the advance registration deadline.