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In this work, we designed and field-tested a system called Home Trivia to explore how we can use activity traces captured in the home to allow household members to reflect on how they use technology, which has become an issue of increasing concern among families that have seen their home lives intertwined with Internet-enabled devices. Home Trivia captures traces of using technology at home and then shows those traces to family members as content of a puzzle game they can play together. Thedoi:10.1145/2750858.2804294 dblp:conf/huc/DongNAS15 fatcat:fuu4gxs3dza75cb2mkuflx7gna