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Transmedia Story Stream, the Zynga of ebooks, is a revolutionary platform which blends Facebook video game mechanics with ebooks to allow authors to build, distribute and engage fans in multi-media story worlds. Instead of downloading a static, dead ePub, readers can log onto story worlds that are alive with fans and friendship and earn rewards while reading. Don’t just read a book – play it!
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Dare to be different.
In beta and coming soon...
Depending how much effort is involved, augmented reality (AR) could be used for training delivery. What are some examples where AR makes some kinds of learning possible that were not so straightforward before?
Augmented reality is just starting to impact on the way we market and communicate with customers.
And it is just the beginning...
Christine Erickson: "Experiencing a little Viner's block lately? Consider switching up your game a bit, with these 11 creative types of Vine video."
I love that there is a tanomy already!
Are you using Vine yet?
Wonder how you might use these in a 48 Hr Film Project context?
A new initiative by the Brown University creative nonfiction program is exploring the potential of digital nonfiction through some of the web's most unusual storytelling projects.
This article reviews some fascinating digital storytelling projects.
Storytelling using creative non-fiction. Very useful resource for high schools.
Benjy Boxer: "In the same way that early network television studios were distribution channels of content in the 1940s and 1950s, YouTube, Google, Facebook (disclosure: I own shares of Facebook), and Twitter control content distribution today. Brands are now using these distribution channels to attract enormous audiences to their world-class content."
Vine and Instagram have provided unique platforms for users to showcase their creative ability. While a few seconds with a cellphone camera seems very limiting as a way to share videos, users continue to astound these social networking communities with their unique and clever approaches.
Click to see how it works.
Handmade stop action videos and other visual goodies in the 6-second format are becoming extremely popular and probably the greatest source of Vine's version of viral spread of content.
Seth Rosenblatt: "Comics fans are getting a double-dose of digital innovation this summer, as DC Comics lets you choose your own Batman adventure and revel in new tales of the campy '60s Batman."
Very interesting. Looking forward to how comics adapt
Importanti novità da @DCComics le storie #vintage si fanno #transmediali
Hmmm.. when might a comic book be a 48 hr film?