What’s the difference between an SUV and a golf ball? Tiger Woods can...– Twitter / @Brad_Williamson
The Future of TV →
“We’ll Be Ordering Up Our Own Video, Ads and Products on a Web Convergence Device. But Who Will Reap the Revenue?” I will. I’ll reap it. Like, seriously… I plan on reaping every cent of it. At least I think I’m gonna.
The Serial Comma is OK with Me →
Accepting the usage of serial commas would make my writing life a lot simpler, because I’d be able to stop stressing over whether or not I’m using it correctly, but I’m not sure if I’d be able to get over the awkwardness involved in making the switch. For some dorky reason, I’d just feel dirty doing it.
The Revolutionary Power of Transmedia Storytelling →
“On a deeper level, transmedia narratives strike an amazing balance between medium and message. In doing so, an exposition can carry out a story arc through application and dialogue that transcends all media execution. Whether you are a brand, an agency, a studio, or a publisher, transmedia storytelling is and will be an integral part of our future success as media entities and content...
Matching Brands With Celebrities Is A Science →
RT @algoRhythmLabs “If celebrities are brands, and brands aspire to be celebrated by consumers, having the wrong celebrity endorse the wrong brand can be pretty detrimental.” …What he said.
Must-Read Books for Storytellers - compiled by Tim... →
“Many of these titles are quite inspiring, and expand one’s understanding of all the possibilities, approaches and applications of storytelling and performance.” I’LL be the judge of that!
A Social Network for Wordies - The Steve Rubel... →
“Wordnik, a great reference I just stumbled on. It’s for people who love or (at least need to live with) words. Unlike a static reference, Wordnik is made for the real-time web. Each word page of course offers the usual in the way of definitions, but Wordnik goes a step further by pulling in images from Flickr and the latest tweets.” This is the nerdiest BS I’ve ever...
Blogging in Hollywood - The Business on KCRW... →
“In an industry where honesty is such a lonely word, the creator of a hit TV show says what he thinks on line. We talk to Kurt Sutter of Sons of Anarchy about his blog, Sutterink. Plus an Academy Award-winning writer on how show business is like every other business we know.” Now THIS is the degree of transparency I like to see outta public figures!