Earlier today I tossed out a question to the twitterverse: “Attn writers: Would you prefer to be paid more for your work (and have less rights) or be paid less (and have more rights)?” My suspicion was that in a digital era where self-publishing is taking an increasingly larger piece of the traditional publishing’s pie, […]
I was a speaker on the DBW 2011 panel, “Rethinking Rights in a Transmedia World.” The panel was moderated by Emily Williams and also featured Richard Curtis of E-Reads and David Marlett of enkHouse.
The second issue of Ontologica, which contains an article I wrote, has just been published. The article’s focus is an introduction to the considerations involved in creating or extending an entertainment property into the collaborative commercial space. I am pleased to see more properties being launched that are natively collaborative as well as commercial (in […]
For those interested in transmedia, there are some excellent panels being proposed by experienced creatives. I highly recommend the following: Maureen McHugh’s ‘ARGS Don’t Work: The Future of Transmedia Stories‘ Jay Bushman’s ‘Transmedia Artists Guild: New Media Needs New Representation‘ Brooke Thompson’s ‘Documenting your Transmedia Project (how to & why)‘ Andrea Phillips’ ‘Hoax or Transmedia? […]
Had the pleasure of being invited to sit down across the virtual desk that is Skype from Martin Aggett of Remix Fiction. Very grateful to Martin for giving me the opportunity to discuss Brain Candy, LLC on his show. Remix Fiction Television Episode #730 (Scott Walker) from Martin Aggett on Vimeo.