Note: you should read Andrea Phillips’ post on this topic before reading my response below, and be sure to check out Carrie Young’s expanded thoughts on the topic! Earlier this year at the StoryWorld Conference, Andrea Phillips approached me and proclaimed, “You know, I really, really, really hate the term, ‘value co-creation!’” It was not […]
Brian Seth Hurst of The Opportunity Management Company was kind enough to interview me for his “StoryCentered” video column at InteractiveTV Today. We chatted about – what else? – participatory entertainment and fandom.
Roughly sixty days ago, the last thing on my mind was launching yet another site or project. Certainly not one involving Star Wars, and definitely not some kind of DIY/crafters call-to-action. Yet, two months later, here I am, announcing the official launch of “Star Wars Remix,” a website inviting fans to remix their world into […]
My latest article – focused on value co-creation through the publishing lens – was published at Digital Book World (it’s the first in a short series I’m writing for DBW). http://www.digitalbookworld.com/2011/co-creating-value-with-customers/
Noah Nelson at Turnstyle News interviews me about participatory entertainment, shared story worlds, and transmedia. http://turnstylenews.com/2011/04/14/shared-story-worlds-scott-walker-artist-series-podcast/ This interview could have easily gone on for hours – so much to cover, between transmedia, fandom, shared worlds, religion, education, the ‘Transmedia, Hollywood 2’ conference, etc. Plus, Noah’s got some cool creative ideas of his own (which he […]