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Future of Media : Transmedia, Crossmedia, Storytelling, Internet, Social Media, Social TV, Second-screen, Virtual reality, Webmarketing and much more
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Technology and The Evolution of Storytelling

Technology and The Evolution of Storytelling - ART & SCIENCE - Medium

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Fausto Cantu's curator insight, June 30, 6:12 PM

Tecnología y la evolución del Storytelling

 

Daniel Christian's curator insight, July 1, 9:29 AM

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Mike Donahue's curator insight, July 2, 12:34 PM

This is my new must read for everyone. Lassiter's insights about computer graphics (CG) transcend his industry. They offer guidance for UX and web designers (any designer really) and businesses alike. His comments on storytelling and emotion connection are the key to success in design and business. I will be quoting this article for years to come.

 

I would absolutely recommend this to everyone.

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Connected the Film

Connected the Film | FutureMedia | Scoop.it
Connected the Film - connected: an autoblogography about love, death & technology. - Description: Have you ever faked a restroom trip to check your email? Slept with your laptop? Or become so overwhelmed that you just unplugged from it all?
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"Why So Serious 2" :) ? 'The Dark Knight Rises' Franchise Transmedia Begins - iamROGUE.com

"Why So Serious 2" :) ? 'The Dark Knight Rises' Franchise Transmedia Begins - iamROGUE.com | FutureMedia | Scoop.it

At this point, Warner Bros could probably take it easy on marketing The Dark Knight Rises. Anticipation for the film is already such that the campaign could consist exclusively of sandwich boards on vagrants and the conclusion to Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy would still earn a kajillion dollars on opening day. Nonetheless, its predecessor The Dark Knight was masterfully marketed, so the this sequel's marketing is guaranteed to hit the same basic beats. That 2008 effort incorporated an elaborate viral component which, up until now, has not been so directly repeated for The Dark Knight Rises, but that would appear to have changed today. Yep, the viral game is afoot, Bat fans.


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