4D Fiction

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Browsing Posts published in February, 2011

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The Black Helix as crowd sourced authorship? http://bit.ly/eGBBB5 #transmedia #args #storytelling

If the resulting story of an ARG is repackaged and distributed in novelized form for example, could audiences at some point start seeking out a return on their investment?

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Another @GameOfThrones delivery unboxing report, from @jchutchinshttp://jchutchins.net/site/2011/02/25/winter-is-coming-a-transmedia-fiction-experience-with-j-c Impressive attention to artifact detail!

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Snow Town! A fun, mysterious, non-marketing, grassroots #transmedia project — an ARG: http://wikibruce.com/2011/02/snow-town-called-it-wants-its-books-back /via @Wikibruce #ARGs

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“Transmedia” is an adjective. And, it’s not always marketing. And, it’s a way to tell stories first and foremost. #soapbox

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Wow, impressive artifacts delivered to @violetblue from HBO’s @GameOfThrones promotion – http://bit.ly/huMkvt #transmedia

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Interview w/@ChristyDena on the Creative Potential of Cross-Platform | Tribeca Film Institute http://bit.ly/hvoalX /via @sheffdocfest

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The Black Helix launches tomorrow – a crowdsourced ARG story/novel http://bit.ly/eKvnd5 /via @Wikibruce #ARGs #transmedia @designzoo

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Some space to think: thoughts from @rdonoghue on the purpose and place of #ARGs in gaming and RPGs http://bit.ly/ejy7mR /via @jwiv

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The Three Little Pigs – as ARG/Transmedia! A case study example http://bit.ly/f6VMh4 /via @athinklab (Sounds great, I’d follow it!)

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“I don’t see #transmedia as a marketing tool, I see it as a way to tell a story” @pattyfantasia interviews @SheriCandler http://ht.ly/3ZPZ2

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Isn’t this fun? RT @vpisteve #transmedia is dead to me http://deck.ly/~jNYC4 – re: NY Toy Fair Trend: Transmedia http://ow.ly/3XSzj

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.@LATimes covers Starlight Runner Entertainment’s work with movie franchise mythologies and the growth of #transmedia http://lat.ms/e99rAM

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Fan Fiction? Russian author re-tells LOTR from Mordor’s perspective | Salon http://bit.ly/g08xpR Free to read http://bit.ly/ecGwjj