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User:Ryan Shaw

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I am a Ph.D. student at UC Berkeley’s School of Information and a researcher at Yahoo! Research Berkeley. My research interests include:

» How models and methods of commons-based peer production can be applied to audiovisual media production and organization
» Systems of mediation between traditional hierarchical forms of media production and newer networked forms of media production
» How the development of standards for enabling the automated processing of media shapes and is shaped by these networked forms of media production

Prior to graduate school I worked as a professional software developer for in Tokyo, Japan for five years. I am quite interested in new media art and entertainment and try to involve myself in projects that explore the spaces between technology, entertainment, art, and design. I'm also somewhat of a music fanatic.



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