May 1, 2007
Media in Transition 5: Part II of IV--Links Regarding the Sessions

Inside are links to a variety of bloggers who wrote about their own panels and the panels they listened to at the C3 conference throughout the weekend. I know that Technorati has linked to some of these through the MiT5 tag, but I thought it might be good to have a collection of all the reports from the conference. The next two posts will contain links to some of the other posts about the conference, including posts about its streaming in Second Life.

(Oh, and by the way, it might be interesting to note that, over the weekend, "MiT5" was one of the most-searched words on Technorati, according to this post and this one. Ethan at Where's My Applesauce writes that MiT5 was "some sort of conference in which a bunch of people get together to discuss crap that only sociologists and lawyers care about." If only more sociologists and lawyers cared about MiT5...

Henry Jenkins, the director of C3, wrote about the conference yesterday.

Jason Mittell, a C3 Affiliated Faculty member, writes about the conference here, here, here, here, and here.

C3'er Geoffrey Long also wrote about the conference here, here, and here.

Julie Levin Russo liveblogged from the conference on a couple of panels as well, available here.

Axel Bruns writes about several conference sessions in detail here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.

Nick Montfort writes about his experiences at the conference on Friday and Saturday.

Jill Walker writes about various sessions in the conference here, here, here, and here.

Jean Burgess writes about the conference here, here, and here;

Luca Rossi write about the conference here, here, here, here, here, here, here.