Emily Turrenttini, the powerhouse behind two blogs on mobile phone technology and content: picturephoning and ringtonia (and textually which aggregates the other two). Emily has now added a blog dedicated to reporting on TV on the Net: TvSeries Online will be following user generated TV content published online, it’s impact on the Television industry and will explore … Read moreNew blog dedicated to TV on the Net
A while ago I came across Kevin Robert’s site SISOMO. Kevin is CEO Worldwide of Saatchi & Saatchi, Ideas Company and is behind paradigmatic approaches such as LoveMarks. I put SISOMO down on my list of things to chase up and got distracted. But thankfully I was reminded of the idea when SISOMO contacted me … Read moreKevin Roberts, SISOMO, Cross-Media, Storyelling…and me!
His Awesomeness Leslie Nassar, a good mate, was interviewed by Microsoft Geek Nick Hodge on his Geek Stories. Leslie talks about his work on the ABC producing their podcasts. He also talks about why podcast networks suck — the problem he cites can be solved by networked & non-networked media becoming networked (a solutin for many multi-platform forms). He … Read moreLeslie Nassar on the ABC, why podcast networks suck and the circles of Hell
There are many approaches to content creation and distribution in this age of cross-media production. One emerging trend is the ability to access the same virtual world in a variety of media platforms. Apparently, the first MMORPG that you can play on your computer and mobile phone was developed by Activate Singapore and published by Nokia … Read more"Cross-Media Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game"
A heads up from Diablogue informs me of a great sticker narrative project in Melbourne: True Secrets. Possibly inspired by the highly popular sticker art of Yellow Arrow, the stickers are placed in the street with a call-to-action to call a phone number. But, like the novel that is distributed via stickers around the world, Implementation, this … Read more"Audio theatre on your mobile phone"
Just saw this whilst doing a browse of one of my favourite online gadget stores: Phobile. It is a large old-style receiver that you connect to your mobile so you can use it during calls. So cool. I can’t wait to get one…just waiting to find out if my phone is compatable as it isn’t … Read moreI want a Phobile!
Tricia Wang — a Ph.D. candidate in Sociology at University of California, San Diego — blogs about ‘the nexus of Chinese Youth culture, Media, Technology and Information within a global context’ at YouMeiTi. China, she reported recently, has 830 million phone users and 132 million people online. Tricia is also the current reblogger for Eyebeam.
The 2007 BBC Innovation Labs are now seeking ‘indies’ to get involved. The Innovation Labs are a series of creative workshops for interdisciplinary teams of professional creative technologists, application designers, software developers and interactive media designers. We are inviting independent new media companies from across England and Scotland to pitch ideas in response to a … Read moreBBC Innovation Labs Looking for Cross-Media Solutions
Here are two projects by wonderful colleagues of mine: Is Your House Killing You? was my team for LAMP. It will be on SBS soon, but at present there is a call for people to be on the TV show!: Put YOUR home under the microscope in our groundbreaking new science show ‘Is Your House Killing You?’ … Read moreIs Your House Killing You? and A Bullet Waits for You
**World Premiere** **Day Of The Figurines, HAU, Berlin** Blast Theory presents the world premiere of Day Of The Figurines, a mass participation artwork using mobile phones that is part board game and part secret society. Set in a fictional English town that is littered, dark and underpinned with steady decay, the game unfolds over 24 … Read moreNew Blast Theory Work: Day of the Figurines