Recent statements

Jan 13 "Most HCI researchers have a hard time acknowledging the research part of systems research" supports "It is much harder to get a system paper accepted at HCI conferences than other types of contributions"
Jan 13 Most HCI researchers have a hard time acknowledging the research part of systems research
Jan 13 "Widespread adoption of research systems is not an immediate goal of HCI research" supports ""Reviewers at HCI conferences often expect systems research systems to have large growth in voluntary participation" supports "Reviewers at HCI conferences often expect system papers to report on unreasonable evaluations""
Jan 13 Widespread adoption of research systems is not an immediate goal of HCI research
Jan 13 "Reviewers at HCI conferences often expect systems research systems to have large growth in voluntary participation" supports "Reviewers at HCI conferences often expect system papers to report on unreasonable evaluations"
Jan 13 Reviewers at HCI conferences often expect systems research systems to have large growth in voluntary participation
Jan 13 "Reviewers at HCI conferences often expect system papers to report on conclusive effects" supports "Reviewers at HCI conferences often expect system papers to report on unreasonable evaluations"
Jan 13 Reviewers at HCI conferences often expect system papers to report on conclusive effects
Jan 13 "Social science researchers are often the most available reviewers for a systems paper on a social computing topic" supports "Many reviewers at HCI conferences do not value the difficulty of building real systems"
Jan 13 "Social science researchers are often the most available reviewers for a systems paper on a social computing topic" supports "Systems research is reviewed unfairly compared to other types of contributions in Human-Computer Interaction"