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“Kinoautomat” (1967), o primeiro filme interativo

“Kinoautomat” (1967), o primeiro filme interativo | Semantic Hypermedia Storytelling | Scoop.it
Blog sobre ciência, arte e tecnologia com particular ênfase em videojogos, cinema e VFX. Publicação coordenada por Nelson Zagalo.
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Origens do cinema interativo revividas! Great insight from the audience almost 50 years after the first interactive movies in the theaters!
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Universities need scholarship that is more confusing – and more exciting

Universities need scholarship that is more confusing – and more exciting | Semantic Hypermedia Storytelling | Scoop.it
Free-ranging thinkers of earlier times, unconfined by university appointments, reflected on whatever they felt like (Interesting & I agree RT @HEontap: Universities need scholarship that is more confusing and more exciting
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Great thoughts on how specialisation and fragmentations in modular programmes are still affecting universities. Is there place to introduce some sense of disorder and connect ideas and subjects that are usualy seen as appart?

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Steven Spielberg and George Lucas predict ‘massive implosion’ in film industry

Steven Spielberg and George Lucas predict ‘massive implosion’ in film industry | Semantic Hypermedia Storytelling | Scoop.it

MOVIEGOING WILL BE MORE LIKE A SPORTING EVENT

"It's not going to have cable or broadcast," Lucas said. "It's going to be the internet television."

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Cable network and the internet are leading the way and on demand is taking place.

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We should be suspicious of stories!?

We should be suspicious of stories!? | Semantic Hypermedia Storytelling | Scoop.it

"We are wired for stories. “Evolutionary biologists confirm that 100,000 years of reliance on stories have evolutionarily hardwired a predisposition into human brains to think in story terms,” says research scientist and engineer Kendall Haven.

 

Tyler Cowen is a professor of economics at George Mason University and writes for the economics blog Marginal Revolution. In his TEDxtalk he says that we should be suspicious of stories.


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Great talk! Understanding how stories work is fundamental for increasing our awarenes and critical thinking. Human beings seem to be wired to stories, maybe because stories are good to simplify our the way think. The author argument is that simplification is not that good. Sometimes it is important to be messy. Open minded. Incomplete. Agnostic...  

Semantic hypermedia storytelling can provide ways of teling (or not telling stories) that can be a lot complex, even messy, open ended and incomplete. 

 

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Gregg Morris's curator insight, April 12, 2013 9:21 AM

This talk reminds me of Christian Salmon's book in many ways.

Insight Narrator's comment, April 15, 2013 7:36 AM
Championing the need for evidence based stories that are solid, bold and brave. The foundations of robust data sources are imperative, but stories that are bold and brave tap into our need to emotional connect with the evidence. Being able to master both improves both reach and influence.
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Sure! I don't know many people willing to go through WikiLeaks's raw data!
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Why Confusion Can Be a Good Thing | MindShift

Why Confusion Can Be a Good Thing | MindShift | Semantic Hypermedia Storytelling | Scoop.it

We all know that confusion doesn’t feel good. Because it seems like an obstacle to learning, we try to arrange educational experiences and training sessions so that learners will encounter as little confusion as possible. But as is so often the case when it comes to learning, our intuitions here are exactly wrong. Scientists have been building a body of evidence over the past few years demonstrating that confusion can lead us to learn more efficiently, more deeply, more lastingly—as long as it’s properly managed.


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Semantic hypermedia storyteling provides provides good grounds to increase complexity of content. Its use for educative purposes may provide the needed platform for developing learning materials and learning activities. This article mentions several studies that seem very interesting in this area.

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How Can Data Mining & Analytics Enhance Education?

How Can Data Mining & Analytics Enhance Education? | Semantic Hypermedia Storytelling | Scoop.it

Nice info-graph from collegestats on how educational data mining and  learning analytics can help education: http://t.co/FXI2b4nj

Even so there are other ways.

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These two methods for developing and managing content are also areas of research that involve different applications and different learning activities that can improve it's effective use in real educational scenarios.

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Korsakow - YouTube

Korsakow - YouTube | Semantic Hypermedia Storytelling | Scoop.it
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Great materials for hands-on with Korsakow. How to edit interactive film by association
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i-Docs 2014: Call for participation - i-Docs

i-Docs 2014: Call for participation - i-Docs | Semantic Hypermedia Storytelling | Scoop.it
Following the success of the i-Docs Symposia in 2011 and 2012, we are delighted to invite you to participate in i-Docs 2014, a two-day event dedicated to the rapidly evolving field of interactive documentary.

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i-Docs's curator insight, October 30, 2013 12:01 PM

Following the success of the i-Docs Symposia in 2011 and 2012, we are delighted to invite you to participate in i-Docs 2014, a two-day event dedicated to the rapidly evolving field of interactive documentary.

 

i-Docs is convened by Judith Aston, Sandra Gaudenzi and Mandy Rose, and hosted by the Digital Cultures Research Centre, UWE, Bristol. The event will be held at the Watershed Media Centre in Bristol’s Harbourside on Thursday 20 and Friday 21 of March 2014.

Keynote speakers confirmed so far: Kate Nash (University of Tasmania), Hank Willis Thomas (Question Bridge), Francesca Panetta (Firestorm, The Guardian Online) and William Uricchio (MIT Open Documentary Lab).

 

The full two-day delegate fee including lunch and refreshments is £175. Early bird tickets at a reduced rate will go on sale in November.

This year’s symposium will focus on three pressing themes:Production Models, Engagement & Evaluation and New Territories.You can download the full call for participation here, which includes more information on the themes and potential areas for discussion. Please contact us at idocs2014@gmail.com if you have any further questions.
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The way they hook us

The way they hook us | Semantic Hypermedia Storytelling | Scoop.it
Newsweek talks to the creators of today’s most addictive shows about what they’re doing to make sure we just can’t stop.
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Great overview about evolution of storytelling trends for the screens focusing on how  hyperserialization gets to be so hyptnotic.  

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Program or be Programmed: Ten Commands for a Digital Age

Best-selling author and technology visionary Douglas Rushoff offers his insights and perspectives on humanity's role in the bight new future.
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Knowing what is programming. Knowing that any one can program.  Programming, is key for emancipation. The more people know how to program the more chances we have to evolve as people and as a society.  And, as if you read, you better know how to wright. If you can go through an interactive video or game you better now how to program one yourself.

Programming is easy and there are lots of levels of programming were any one can start and "upgrade" himself. 

 

 

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Keyword Research and The Methods | iSEOSAGE

Keyword Research and The Methods | iSEOSAGE | Semantic Hypermedia Storytelling | Scoop.it
Have you ever asked yourself, what keywords should I rank for and why is choosing keywords important? Well we have all been there and hopefully after reading below you won’t ever question keyword research again.

Via Antonio Figueiredo
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Search to know what keywords are popular! If you are looking for visibility it seems is not only your content that matters. It is also important to know what is being googled!    

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Antonio Figueiredo's curator insight, February 12, 2013 5:44 AM

 Although more related to marketing than to academic research, the concept of "Keyword Research" may be inspiring in some academic projects.