Day: 26 June 2014

Making Linear Storytelling Interactive

Making Linear Storytelling Interactive

Movies and video games coexisted symbiotically for years. A video game would come out well after the film it was based on. The game was often an afterthought, sometimes developed using a movie character, but little else. Now, games are released simultaneously with or even in advance of major motion pictures. George Lucas took this approach with the final “Star Wars” film. The video game was released weeks ahead of the movie.

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Magazines for Women

Magazines for Women

Every year we are seeing new women’s magazines appear on the market, to join the masses already published. How can we determine which are the best value? It’s easy to spend at least $20 per month, which totals upwards of $240 each year.

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The Story of Becoming a Storyteller

The Story of Becoming a Storyteller

When I first discovered that there was such a job as storyteller, I was 30-something and enrolled in teacher school in St. Louis (home to a warm and wonderful group of tellers). As I finished my teaching degree, I focused more and more on classroom applications of storytelling and saw first-hand the results on student motivation and achievement. Before I even graduated I knew that storytelling was my calling.

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How to select the printer

How to select the printer

Before you decide what kind of digital printing you want to buy you should be very clear about your needs. You have to take this decision on various levels depending on what your requirements are. For example you have to decide whether you want an inkjet printer or a laser printer, and what size of the printer would suffice your requirements. As a matter of fact, selecting the right kind of printer can be quite a challenging job.

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