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Dealing with the “TINAG” mantra in the creation of a recent historical ARG | PlayThePast http://www.playthepast.org/?p=1421 #ARGs #transmedia

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A Bloody Poker’s Paradise from vm-people | ARGNet http://www.argn.com/2011/05/a_bloody_pokers_paradise_from_vm-people/ /via @argn #args

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Press kit promo material for Thor thought to be a bomb, downtown Ann Arbor closed off http://bit.ly/jXrtfa /via @LadyOriza #transmedia

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Brilliant. — Reawakening the Grand Narrative – from @Jeff_Gomez | Tribecafilm.com http://www.tribecafilm.com/tribecaonline/future-of-film/Reawakening-the-Grand-Narrative.html #storytelling

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Excellent overview of @CampfireNYC‘s “The Maester’s Path” campaign for #GameOfThrones http://www.argn.com/2011/05/a_walk_through_westeros_retracing_the_maesters_path/ #transmedia /via @argn

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Followup to #DasBuch2011 from a player: ARG or “Who the hell sent me this postcard?” http://berzerkraccoon.wordpress.com/2011/04/14/arg-or-who-the-hell-send-me-this-postcard/ #ARGs /via @Greenfaery,@Pyrker

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“Geocaching..treasure hunt outside w/family..interesting #transmedia applications” ~@cynthiajabar Check out http://4dfiction.com/2010/07/telling-stories-with-tupperware-and-ammo-cans/ #sandbox

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“A #transmedia challenge for creators: bring the online narrative experience outdoors!” ~@cynthiajabar #sandbox

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#ARGs as Authentic History Games – ARG:”The Jewel Of The Valleys” from the National Civil War Museum http://www.playthepast.org/?p=1315 @ACWAR_Project

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Very neat idea – Chromaroma, turning rapid transit into a game (London) | Time Techland http://ti.me/h8bJpM

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The Perplexing Final Chapter Of San Francisco’s Jejune Institute http://www.theawl.com/2011/04/the-perplexing-final-chapter-of-san-franciscos-jejune-institute Great recap! /via @davecobb

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Case Study: Lost Zombies, a crowd-sourced zombie documentary http://4dfiction.com/2011/04/case-study-lost-zombies/ (@LostZombies) #args #transmedia

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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