Information Interaction in Context

Judging by the CFP and the Programme Committee, the First Symposium on Information Interaction in Context looks very promising:

There is a growing realisation that relevant information will be accessible increasingly across media and genres, across languages and across modalities. The retrieval of such information will depend on time, place, history of interaction, task in hand, and a range of other factors that are not given explicitly but are implicit in the interaction and ambient environment, namely the context.

Looks like the field of Human Computer Interaction (HCI) will soon be replaced by Human Information Interaction (HII), or at least that's what I'll be arguing in Montreal in April at CHI 2006.