Links for 17 October 2009

  • Society6 – Society6 is a platform for the world’s artists and creatives to promote their work and connect with unique opportunities
  • IKEA Heights – “Ikea Heights is a melodrama shot entirely in the Burbank California Ikea Store without the store knowing”. That’s… incredible
  • aM laboratory – “Simple sinewave synthesizer triggered by an ordinary 16step sequencer”. I love this
  • 4iP Birmingham Nick Booth Presentation – Nick Booth talking about Big City Talk, Social Media Surgeries and Help Me Investigate at the Recasting Power event. This made me proud to be working in Birmingham
  • Designing Social Interfaces – The patterns in this collection are social design patterns (a.k.a. social user experience design patterns). They are interaction pattern for people designing social interfaces
  • Intelligent Naivety – First Art Game For the iPhone – “The soft watches have disappeared from the painting and are hidden in other Dalí works. Players need to find them by exploring enlarged pictures of those other art pieces”
  • What’s the best art you’ve ever experienced? | Hello Art – The first stage of the Arts Council’s public engagement project running 2010-12 is a simple question and answer thing. Am wondering if this is as much an email capture system as anything
  • Universe Creation 101 » Techniques for Segmenting Content Across Media – “While the notion of episodics is fairly understood, what isn’t is the variety of episodic techniques available and how these can be utilized in a cross-platform project. So, in this post I’ll outline ways a production can be designed for multi-platform segmentation”
  • When The Audience Takes Control – “Lance Weiler breaks down the new models independent filmmakers are using to create a fan base”
  • ARG Stats – “information about the uptake, impact and awards garnered from ‘alternate reality games’ (ARGs)”

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