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Independent projects created with no other purpose or agenda than enjoyment, entertainment, or experimentation.

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Interactive online documentary on suicide, audio focus, graphic novella, fall 2011 – http://TheNextDay.ca / Jason Gilmore #stx1

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Project with zero reality/fiction ethical issues: @Socks_Inc #stx1 @Andrhia #ethics #Transmedia

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Interactive Fiction and Transmedia: “You are likely to be eaten by a grue.” http://silverstringmedia.com/2011/04/25/interactive-fiction-and-transmedia/ /via @Slvrstrng

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Post-project interview with Jan Libby (@labfly) at YSAT about her indie ARG Snow Town http://www.yousuckattransmedia.com/2011/04/ysat-indie-args-an-interview-with-jan-libby/ /via @ChristyDena #ARGs

Lost Zombies is a project conceived and executed by Skot Leach, which began with the goal of producing a community-generated film, a crowd-sourced zombie documentary, but ended up being quite a different beast. In the following case study, Skot highlights many key milestones in the project, lessons learned along the way, and how much it actually changed from the initial concept.

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Significant Objects Project: stories add enormous emotional ,subjective value to regular objects http://significantobjects.com

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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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An 3 part account of the @SaverCo ARG, from a PM who discovered #ARGs only after starting one – http://bit.ly/fpZGlg @theweem