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This study used existing digital technologies as probes to explore teenager's use of exerciserelated technology, their usage contexts, and their ideas for the design of ubiquitous technology that would persuade their peers to be more active in their daily lives. The teenagers formed two groups using two different types of step counters as their data collection device. Both groups used the same social website as their data logging tool and for social interaction. The one-week baseline plusdoi:10.14236/ewic/hci2011.34 fatcat:rcstwnsxxje2rn56d4bawecniu