From the #mediaX2015 Conference “Writing the Code for Personal Relevance”; Byron Reeves, Paul C. Edwards Professor of Communication at Stanford University, shows how familiar technology — laptops, tablets and smartphones increasingly consolidate very different media experiences on single devices. His research group has been tracking how people use personal laptop computers by examining moment-by-moment changes in activity over the course of multiple days. There’s a lot of quick switching between screens that show very different content. Byron describes the switching observed, and discuss individual and situational factors that influence when and how often people switch, and what effects the switches may have on thinking and behavior.
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