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La no ficción más innovadora no es necesariamente tecnológica – Español

La no ficción más innovadora no es necesariamente tecnológica – Español | Cultura TIC | Scoop.it
El artista, narrador o periodista está en cuerpo presente en los proyectos que buscan nuevos caminos para narrar la realidad. En las manos, en el tacto, en los cuerpos, en conexión con las pantallas y los algoritmos, se cifra el futuro de nuestros relatos.
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Transmedia Storytelling

Transmedia Storytelling | Cultura TIC | Scoop.it
Moving characters from books to films to video games can make them stronger and more compelling.
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Facebook: is it time we all deleted our accounts? | Technology | The Guardian

Facebook: is it time we all deleted our accounts? | Technology | The Guardian | Cultura TIC | Scoop.it
The Cambridge Analytica revelations may be the final nudge we need to turn away from the social network. And it’s only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to big tech harvesting private information
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5 filmes de Andrei Tarkovski restaurados, legendados e on-line

5 filmes de Andrei Tarkovski restaurados, legendados e on-line | Cultura TIC | Scoop.it
Longas produzidos pelo cineasta russo entre 1962 e 1979, entre eles os aclamados “Solaris” e “Stalker”, podem ser vistos em HD no YouTube
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A Last Glimpse Into the Mind of Oliver Sacks - The New York Times

A Last Glimpse Into the Mind of Oliver Sacks - The New York Times | Cultura TIC | Scoop.it
Nicole Krauss reviews “The River of Consciousness,” a book of Sacks’s essays covering his favored topics, like the evolution of life and the workings of memory.
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How ISIS and Russia Manufactured Crowds on Social Media

How ISIS and Russia Manufactured Crowds on Social Media | Cultura TIC | Scoop.it
WIRED’s newest columnist Renee DiResta on the similarities between ISIS and Russia’s social media strategies—and what needs to be done to stop them.
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Wagner, el NO-DO y ‘Apocalypse Now’ | Cultura

Wagner, el NO-DO y ‘Apocalypse Now’ | Cultura | Cultura TIC | Scoop.it
El filme de Coppola comparte música, La cabalgata de las Valquirias , y planos con un reportaje nazi sobre aviones militares de 1944
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Go Behind the Scenes with 5 Brilliant Oscar-Nominated Shorts

Go Behind the Scenes with 5 Brilliant Oscar-Nominated Shorts | Cultura TIC | Scoop.it
Academy-Award nominated filmmakers give us an inside look at exactly how they pulled off the best short films of the year. 
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Comcast, Fox and Disney are in the media merger wars

Comcast, Fox and Disney are in the media merger wars | Cultura TIC | Scoop.it
Comcast bid $31 billion for European pay TV service Sky, besting Rupert Murdoch’s bid.
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Conoce qué es la red 5G y todos los beneficios que traerá

Conoce qué es la red 5G y todos los beneficios que traerá | Cultura TIC | Scoop.it
Unos de los temas tecnológicos del momento tienen que ver con 5G, pero ¿sabes qué es la red 5G? Te lo explicamos de una manera sencilla.
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iMagazines: la evolución de las interfaces informativas.

iMagazines: la evolución de las interfaces informativas. | Cultura TIC | Scoop.it
La difusión de una nueva generación de dispositivos de comunicación con interfaces táctiles como el iPad y la consolidación de innovadoras lógicas de producción/consumo están reformulando el panorama de la edición y la información. Las revistas en línea nacidas en los 1990 -como Wired.com- están entrando en una nueva fase de mutación que lleva al…
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40 películas de cine social que no debes perderte

40 películas de cine social que no debes perderte | Cultura TIC | Scoop.it
¿Hemos perdido la capacidad de pensar? Para tomar conciencia y sensibilizarnos con lo que pasa a nuestro alrededor, en nuestro mundo, aquí recopilamos 40 recomendaciones de cine social que nadie debería perderse para contribuir a la construcción de un mundo más justo para todas/os.
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The State of Fandom Studies 2018: Bertha Chin & Aswin Punathambekar (Pt. 1) —

The State of Fandom Studies 2018: Bertha Chin & Aswin Punathambekar (Pt. 1) — | Cultura TIC | Scoop.it
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Narrativas transmedia, soporte en educación | TV Producción & New Media - TVyVideo

Narrativas transmedia, soporte en educación | TV Producción & New Media - TVyVideo | Cultura TIC | Scoop.it
Las narrativas transmedia son herramientas innovadoras, destinadas a apoyar los procesos enseñanza-aprendizaje y comunicativos en el ámbito de l
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Noam Chomsky: “La gente ya no cree en los hechos” | Babelia

Noam Chomsky: “La gente ya no cree en los hechos” | Babelia | Cultura TIC | Scoop.it
A punto de cumplir 90 años, acaba de abandonar el MIT (Instituto Tecnológico de Massachusetts). Allí revolucionó la lingüística moderna y se convirtió en la conciencia crítica de Estados Unidos. Babelia visita al gran intelectual en su nuevo destino, Arizona
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Every Platform Tells a Story: Transmedia has the power to make any topic more vivid and personal

Every Platform Tells a Story: Transmedia has the power to make any topic more vivid and personal | Cultura TIC | Scoop.it
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“La narrativa transmedia nunca va a salvar un mal relato” –

“La narrativa transmedia nunca va a salvar un mal relato” – | Cultura TIC | Scoop.it
Carlos Alberto Scolari es un experto en medios digitales, interfaces y en todos los aspectos de la transmedia. Nacido en Rosario, Argentina, en 1963, actualmente es investigador y profesor de la Facultad de Comunicación de la Universidad Pompeu Fabra. Además de haber escrito varios libros, el más reciente Las leyes de la interfaz, que se…
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How Black Panther's Monumental Success Translates to Online Video

How Black Panther's Monumental Success Translates to Online Video | Cultura TIC | Scoop.it
Marvel's Black Panther has done exceptionally well at the box office, but how do related digital videos stack up? Here's what we discovered.
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Surge alianza para desarrollo de contenidos transmedia | TV Producción & New Media - TVyVideo

Surge alianza para desarrollo de contenidos transmedia | TV Producción & New Media - TVyVideo | Cultura TIC | Scoop.it
Colombia. Por primera vez, entidades públicas y privadas unen sus esfuerzos para generar oportunidades para los creadores colombianos de contenidos transmedi
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Buyer Persona como atraerlo a tu web: Caso real + Plantilla

Buyer Persona como atraerlo a tu web: Caso real + Plantilla | Cultura TIC | Scoop.it
Buyer Persona, que es y acciones para atraerlo a tu web. Os contamos un caso real de buyer persona y os regalamos una plantilla
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November | The human nature of digital disruption: Brian Solis, Altimeter Group

November | The human nature of digital disruption: Brian Solis, Altimeter Group | Cultura TIC | Scoop.it
Brian Solis, ClickZ’s featured Digital Leader for November, is the Principal Analyst at Altimeter Group and the author of seven best-selling, award-winning books. With a loyal online audience of over 600,000 people, his work has made him a sought-after thought leader to leading brand startups and led him to work with celebrities including Ashton Kutcher, Shaq and Oprah Winfrey. He talks to ClickZ about why humanizing technology is his life's work, and how social science can help businesses to survive in an age of Digital Darwinism.
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Opening Doors: Jessica Jones Creator Melissa Rosenberg

Opening Doors: Jessica Jones Creator Melissa Rosenberg | Cultura TIC | Scoop.it
The more money involved in any industry, the more timid and conservative the financiers become about what they are willing to back. When deciding what to greenlight, they cling to outdated ideas of what audiences will want to watch, often lagging behind what the rest of us have always known: both men and women alike will watch, love and cheer a badass female protagonist.

Props, then, to Netflix for recognizing that a series based on the Marvel character of Jessica Jones and created by Melissa Rosenberg could be fed to a hungry audience waiting like chicks with tiny beaks open for their lunch to be placed directly into their maws.

Jessica Jones first appeared in Alias (Marvel Max imprint) in 2001. The Jones origin story begins in high school, where she is with Peter Parker when he is bitten by the spider that turns him into Spider-Man. She then barely survives a car crash involving a vehicle transporting radioactive chemicals. Awakening from a months-long coma, she learns that her family died in the crash and that the radioactive chemicals have left her with both superhuman strength and a modified ability to fly. She later meets the villainous Kilgrave, who uses his mind-control abilities to torture Jessica and force her to do his criminal bidding. Eventually escaping the domination of Killgrave, Jones hangs up her superhero costume and opens her own detective agency. Jessica Jones the series begins a year or so after these events, when a walk-in job -- two parents looking for their missing daughter -- leads to Jones confronting not only Killgrave but the trauma he left her with.

Along with all the pleasures to be expected from a good meal, with Jessica Jones we also swallow commentary on larger social issues, such as sexism, trauma and abusive relationships -- issues that in mainstream dramas are often delivered in overly earnest ways. Indeed, as Jessica Jones demonstrates, social and political issues are more easily digested when served with some serious ass kicking, great dialogue, and gorgeous actors, not to mention excellent wardrobes.

Melissa Rosenberg, who has a track record for both hugely successful films and television shows (Twilight, Step Up, Dexter) as well as a commitment to strong female characters is exactly the person to bring us the Jessica Jones story. Her early interest in theater and dance served her well when she co-wrote the 2006 feature film Step Up. She went on to be the sole writer of all three of the Twilight movies as well as the writer/producer of Dexter and the creator/showrunner of Jessica Jones.

I sat down with her in L.A. to talk about the show and more.

Melissa Rosenberg

Filmmaker: Thank you for naming your company Tall Girls. As you can see, I am one too.

Rosenberg: It’s funny. When my president, Kate Schumaecker, who is six-feet, walked in for an interview, it was like, “Do we really have to do this interview?” Whenever we’d go to a party, we’d always be the ones a head taller than everyone else.

Filmmaker: Could you tell me more about how and why you started Tall Girls?

Rosenberg: It’s a continuation of everything that I’ve been wanting and trying to do for many many years, which is to create interesting, complex, multifaceted roles for women in front of and behind the camera. And that doesn’t necessarily mean a show or movie with a lead female role. It’s about gender equality, it’s about all characters being interesting, and it’s about all crew being equal and balanced. We took a bit of a hiatus because of Jessica Jones -- that was a 150-hours-a-day job.

Filmmaker: Jessica Jones was a long time in the making?

Rosenberg: Four or five years ago ABC studios put me together with Jeph Loeb, who’s the head of Marvel TV -- this was after Dexter and Twilight -- and he had asked, “What do you want to do next?” This was lovely -- no one had ever asked me that before. There were two things I really wanted to do, -- find something like the female Tony Soprano, and find something like the female Iron Man. Complex, damaged, interesting characters. I think the first thing they came up with was Penoza, which was a Dutch series that I loved. . I loved that eight hours of television, but, unfortunately, no one tuned in. Broke my heart. The other thing that they brought me was Jessica Jones. Jeph brought me this fantastic book by Michael Bendis, Alias. I’m not a comic book aficionado but I was completely engaged by this character. It was Marvel’s first adult comic book series. Very edgy. The character goes to some pretty dark places, right to the edge of the human psyche. It was fascinating, and just happened to be a woman. I completely fell in love with that character. Unfortunately it wasn’t a great fit for ABC. A few years passed and then Jeph started calling me, “I’ve got something in the works.” And then he finally revealed -- it took a year or so -- that it was the Netflix deal for the miniseries. If I had, in my wildest dreams imagined the perfect place, it would have been Netflix.

Filmmaker: I like the release of all of them at once, so you can binge watch them.

Rosenberg: Me too. In creating it, all 13 hours are completed before any audience ever sees it. I mean, any audience. They don’t test it. You’re not relying on focus groups or even audience feedback. The only thing you have to go on is your gut. And the gut of the people with whom you work.

Filmmaker: I don’t think art should be made by committee.

Rosenberg: I’m with you on that one. Although you know, television and film are very collaborative.

Filmmaker: Yes, but I think collaboration is something different than “by committee.” You are collaborating with people you are choosing to work with that you respect and admire. You are making something together which is different than...

Rosenberg: ...being told how to do what you do.

Filmmaker: Yes.

Rosenberg: Yes, I’m not into that. I had great collaborators. For better or for worse it’s a pretty singular vision.

Filmmaker: In Jessica Jones there is this metaphor for domestic violence, patriarchy, a broader idea about how women internalize thinking about themselves and how that affects their behavior that is kind of amazing to see.

Rosenberg: I didn’t set out to do an issue series. We didn’t gather in a room and say, “We want to attack domestic violence
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