From the #mediaX2015 Conference “Writing the Code for Personal Relevance”; The Panel of Jason Wilmot, mediaX at Stanford University; Gilberto Topczewski, Producer and CEO, bigBonsai; and Dave Toole, CEO, MediaMobz examine how the creation of content using new media technologies is a frontier of the mediaX science storytelling initiative and how use cases involving new media and new media technologies enrich our studies of people and the ways they use technologies.
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