Top Five Books of 2012 | Pete Timmermann Play by Play Damien's a natural writer and his descriptions of what life in prison are like add to and make richer the prison narrative that we're constantly getting from other sources.
Michael Andersen: "Over the years, more than a few alternate reality games, transmedia storytelling projects, and advertising campaigns have warned that December 2012 would mark the end of the world" ...
Fresh powder beckoned 16 expert skiers and snowboarders into the backcountry. Then the snow gave way. (“@rachelchounyc: Journalism meets transmedia. This piece is stunning and captivating and well told.
Brad Tollefson's insight:
What a fabulous storyform... Dickens meets HTML5...looking for platform info...
The first passage of New York Times reporter John Branch's harrowing account of an avalanche that killed three people last February in Washington's Cascade Range. Find the full story later this week on nytimes.com.
Brad Tollefson's insight:
The avalanche, in Washington’s Cascades in February, slid past some trees and rocks, like ocean swells around a ship’s prow. Others it captured and added to its violent load.
Somewhere inside, it also carried people. How many, no one knew...
What an amazing storyform...first chapter...going looking for the platform...
Game designers have long debated how they might create a game that makes people cry or indeed, whether people cry about games all the time (and not just from frustration.) I am often asked a similar question about transmedia.
Here’s the archive of my appearance on Geekerati Radio from last night. Wherein I am excitable talking about things that make me happy, like transmedia, Lizzie Bennet Diaries, Tumblr, Treme, Squaresville and Daniel Abraham’s Long Price Quartet
After MIPCOM last October I wrote a blog post entitled “It’s getting there“. That sentence perfectly summed up my sentiment about the television industry; the media world right now IS a multiplatform world, and people and companies left and right are starting to get creative around this fact. This includes all aspects of television, from initial development to script writing, from marketing to distribution and from technical implementations to audience interaction.
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