4D Fiction

Exploring the many dimensions of creative storytelling...

Browsing Posts published in November, 2010

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via @scott_walker: Jordan Weisman & other ind. leaders to speak at Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Dec 2: http://bit.ly/hsXq9T

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Amazing official overview of Tim Kring’s Conspiracy For Good ARG: http://www.thecompanyp.com/site/?p=888 #args #transmedia #cfg

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“It is not only the act of writing that is changing. It’s reading, too.” http://bit.ly/hYkqs6 via @lardevils,@glecharles #transmedia

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Storytelling 2.0: The digital death of the author | NewScientist http://bit.ly/9XLgJu Blurring boundaries between author and reader

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Digital shift: Writing for #transmedia – @MaureenMcq‘s talk at PTTP http://bit.ly/bbBWh8 /via @powertothepixel

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‘True #transmedia is not marketing – it enriches the story world’ | Transmythology http://bit.ly/aLL4Kn #MadMen

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Andrea Phillips (@andrhia) talks about ARG Perplex City Nov 30th TM NYC Meetup: http://tinyurl.com/347lbeh #transmedia /via @filmfuturist

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Lance Weiler explains why filmmakers should expand their films into a “storyworld.” | FilmmakerMagazine http://bit.ly/ctynP9

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#ARGs Deaddrop? Nov 13th, 2725 N Clark St, Chicago – Info: http://bit.ly/aJ5wwb 12pm-3pm, a ‘device’ “amidst other cubes” #GaryMedill

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Interesting (video) game design piece from Escapist; much also applicable to #ARGs and #transmedia http://bit.ly/dg3x6d

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Curious: Do mysteries and/or #ARGs lose some intrigue if you are told who is making it and what its purpose/scope is?

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ARG artifacts and hints mailed to #Animism The Sacred Sites followers: http://bit.ly/b8M7MH #args #transmedia

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Poss. ARG event in Chicago: Find Garrison Medill at 623 S Wabash, Columbia Coll. 7-9pm; http://bit.ly/9oAN6k UF:http://bit.ly/9R1ktL #ARGs

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Blue Lacuna, interactive fiction, “transcends its medium to become more than the sum of its parts” http://bit.ly/9Wi0y2 /via @JayIsGames

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30+ actual books written by TV characters: http://bit.ly/a4tpzB /via @mikemonello #transmedia