Tag: storytelling

  • Die, Hollywood, die!

    Paul Graham’s Y-Combinator request for startups that will kill Hollywood has opened up a can of exploding radioactive mega-worms – and this time, they’re angry. In the wake of the Internet industry’s fight against SOPA and PIPA, he posed the problem: The main reason we want to fund such startups is not to protect the […]

  • Networked stories

    I’ve been thinking a lot about storytelling on the Internet. I’m not completely impressed with how it’s been done so far. Not that the examples I’ve seen haven’t been beautiful, but their presence on the web has been irrelevant: they’ve essentially been multimedia presentations using web technologies, rather than a different medium that uses the […]