Catch up on Narrative Artifacts

September 13 Comments Off on Catch up on Narrative Artifacts Category: Feed, HackText

Getting ready to finish off the series of posts on Narrative Artifacts. Don’t know what a narrative artifact is? Find out with the previous posts in the series.

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Story arcs beyond TV [Thinking]

March 03 Comments Off on Story arcs beyond TV [Thinking] Category: Feed, HackText, Transmedia

Sometimes it is important to maintain a character or narrative over multiple stories. The tool for that is story arcs. Story arcs are most common in TV and graphic novels, however, with the easy linking of stories, there is an opportunity to expand the use of arcs. A quick review: A story arc allows you to move one narrative thread […]

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Thinking about how we could use musical cues with online content

February 24 Comments Off on Thinking about how we could use musical cues with online content Category: Feed, HackText, Transmedia

I’ve been thinking of how to engage more of a participant’s senses as they read printed content. I’d really like to figure out a way to go beyond the standard tricks or video clips and animated text. If you are not familiar with the term, a music cue is the use of sound, usually musical, to signal a performer […]

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750 Words – A tool to increase your writing daily

February 18 Comments Off on 750 Words – A tool to increase your writing daily Category: Blogging, Feed, HackText

Sometimes you may want to do regularly scheduled writing without it being public. For those times check out 750words.

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