The CHI (Computer-Human Interaction) conference is generally considered the most prestigious in the field of human-computer interaction. It started in 1982 (best year ever) and has been held annually since. It is also a quite big event for an academic conference with more than 2000 attendees. CHI 2009 will be in Boston in two weeks and I will be attending for the first time. I will present a poster from my first paper See You on the Subway: Exploring Mobile Social Software. I'm not allowed to make it public before the conference but I will the link here as soon as possible.
The program is very promising but it's gonna be tough to choose which sessions to skip. Quickly my choice would go to:

I am particularly looking forward to the alt.chi track which is the most inspiring for me by approaching HCI from a very different angle. More provocative than the "classic" papers or panels.