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We present findings from a qualitative study about how Internet use supports self-functioning following the life transition of retirement from work. This study recruited six recent retirees and included the deployment of OnLines, a design research artifact that logged and visualized key online services used by participants at home over four-weeks. The deployment was supported by pre-and post-deployment interviews. OnLines prompted participants' reflection on their patterns of Internet use.doi:10.1145/3025453.3025913 dblp:conf/chi/DurrantKTMOSECM17 fatcat:6slb5p24ondjdih73be366xyue