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Links 1 through 10 of 1348 by Tristan Ferne tagged work

On A History of The World in 100 Objects - "In the back of my head, I’m imagining some sort of iPad app that mashes together the interactivity of the pan/zoom/360º views of the objects with the audio. C’mon BBC! I’d happily pay $10 for that."

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"Dan Cohen and Fred Gibbs, the two historians of science at George Mason University who have created the project, have so far charted how frequently more than two dozen words — among them “God,” “love,” “work,” “science” and “industrial” — appear in British book titles from the French Revolution in 1789 to the beginning of World War I in 1914. To Mr. Cohen, the sharply jagged lines that dance across his graphs can be used to test some of the most deeply entrenched beliefs about the Victorians, like their faith in progress and science"

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"To enter a story, to achieve the kind of immersion that produces enjoyment and emotional engagement, a reader has to give up not only control but the desire to impose control. Readership and authorship are different, if mutually necessary, states: yin and yang. As soon as the reader begins to fiddle with the narrative - to take an authorial role - the spell of the story is broken. The story ceases to be a story and becomes a contraption."

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"You can search for Tweets about places using the place operator of the Search API. The place operator supports both Twitter place IDs and IDs from the providers listed in table later on this page."

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"The cases in Crime City are like CSI episodes you can play, and they were created with writers from the actual show who developed the stories, wrote the dialogue, and worked with game designers and artists to bring them to life as compelling, bite-sized interactive narratives."

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"...based on the philosophy that no artificial intelligence in interactive entertainment can top a real human player. Sleep is Death takes this principle even further – because a game can't possibly react intuitively to its individual player, why not let the designer react in real-time, making gameplay more like collaborative storytelling?"

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"Perch is a really little content management system for when you (or your clients) need to edit content without the hassle of setting up a big CMS."

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"Git for Writers introduces the free and open source distributed content versioning system Git specifically for digital writers. Although Git is originally a tool for software development, it can be used to track history and open up the writing process for any digital formats that are plain text, including XHTML/HTML, XML, CSS, JavaScript, and even templating systems in PHP (e.g., WordPress or Drupal)."

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"In 1931, inventor Wycliffe Hill unveiled his fantastic plot-writing robot in Modern Mechanics magazine."

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