Alan Rosenblatt: "Now that Twitter displays images within the timeline, hashtags can gather a story timeline easily and present on a single webpage, complete with illustrations. And the story comes with a narrator (the tweet text), a visual (the image) and a dialogue (the caption)."
Kirsty Stark (Producer), Ella Macintyre (PMD) and Victoria Cocks (Writer/Director): "One of the first questions we’re asked when people hear about Wastelander Panda is “How did you come up with the idea?” It’s a strange concept – the meshing of two ideas that don’t necessarily fit – but this seemingly incongruous pairing is one reason we believe the project has had so much attention so far" ...
Ben Woods: "Research group Latitude has been looking at the way that the Web and digital evolution has, and will, change the way people tell stories in the future, focusing specifically on how people want technology to play a part."
Charlie Jane Anders: "Worldbuilding is an essential part of any work of fiction. But especially for science fiction or fantasy, it's the lifeblood of storytelling. But when worldbuilding fails, it can wreck your whole story, and leave your characters feeling pointless. Here are seven deadly sins of worldbuilding" ...
Michelle Lhooq: 'The increased predominance of mobile devices—not to mention our clingy dependence on them—has sparked a boom of ambitious apps for phones and tablets that are case studies for storytelling in the “digital age.”'
Ari Karpel: "Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, two of the writer-producers of Star Trek Into Darkness and next summer’s The Amazing Spider-man 2 lay out five rules for a successful movie franchise collaboration."
The Digital Rocking Chair's insight:
Warning this article contains a "couple of Star Trek Into Darkness spoilers (you have seen it by now, right?)"
Vignesh Ramachandran: "Illustrator Steve Lowtwait and writer Michael Smith are telling a fictional story through social media that's centered around a protagonist called "Hawk Funn." They have set up real social profiles on Facebook and Twitter for fictional characters in the story, and they post about the characters' lives just like real people would" ...
Charlie Jane Anders: "Television has always been a medium that broke the walls of reality. From its earliest days, television shows "came into your living room." So it's not surprising that television has always dabbled in metafiction, fourth-wall-breaking and transrealism. Here are the six types of "meta" storytelling on television."
Denise Jacobs: "These days, “storytelling” has become quite the buzzword in industries ranging from marketing to public speaking. However, this is one trend where there is actually substance behind the hype. Storytelling is a primal form of communication as old as humankind and may be the distinguishing factor that makes us who we are."
Brian Honigman: "Instagram Video launched on June 20th and since then there’s been a constant debate as to whether Facebook’s Instagram or Twitter’s Vine is doing better and which will come out on top as the “go-to” social video app."
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