Wolfwood0000

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    • Comedy Rap

      7 years ago

      Wolfwood0000

      youtu.be/TJMJc9NeQo0
      ^^^^Check this out it's a British comedy rapper and can't stop laughing.
      If I find the one about making a cup of tea, it put it up.

    • The Fall

      7 years ago

      Wolfwood0000

      I can't wait, I CAN"T WAIT FOR THIS GAME!!!!!!
      www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbZBhjmnwZo&featu...
      This is the sequel to the brilliant war of cybertron, which I loved.
      Fall of cybertron comes out later this year Watch the trailers
      www.youtube.com/watch?v=C3E358n7pcI&featu...

    • Very Happy

      7 years ago

      Wolfwood0000

      I've got dyslexia and find it very and I hate written work.
      I am on the way to a first at uni, but there was one assignment in my way the written.
      I've been really worried that I wrote a piece of shit that would bring my work down to a 2/1 or 2/2.
      But today, in fact 5 min ago i found out that I got 66% and I'm very very happy smiley0.gifsmiley7.gifsmiley0.gifsmiley7.gifsmiley0.gifsmiley7.gif


      Stop reading now as the rest is my work i handed in,


      This is only for the very very very few who may like Transmedia/Mulitplatform media

      What is Transmedia used for?
      The researcher will investigate to see if transmedia is really an effective tool to increase the story experience or simple a buzzword to mask the fact that it is really just a marking tool? Is it about telling a story to people who would be interested or about selling a market that didn't know they needed to hear it? In the advertising world transmedia is referred as integrated marking and it is seen as nothing new. Does transmedia and integrated marketing blur the line between marketing and storytelling? Or is it simple a good marketing tool that's designed to bring in more customers to the desired market, with more adverting having there own stories and series for the public, is there really any difference anymore. The researcher plans to investigate this within this document to try and find answers to these very questions, where possible. To answer these questions the researcher must first understand what transmedia is and where it has its origins.
      In the last century the way consumers ingest the media has changed considerably. For many years the only way that people could receive any type of media was via printed newspapers a form of media that first appeared as handwritten newsletters that were circulated privately, passing along information from wars and economic conditions to social customs. Then was made into the newspapers the world has come to know in the late 1400's, this form of media is very present today. By the 1900's two other media would be put to the forefront of the social media world, the radio and the television set. With each of these the world became socially smaller, this became truer when the Internet was created in the 1970's. This also then created a new form of market and advertising, Pagani, M states that this was created from "the process of convergence of three industries... the telephone industry (1980), the television industry (1930) and the computer industry (1980).'
      This enabled content to be viewed at any time that consumer wished and could be spoke about and past on to others instantly via the wed or verbal communication. Media companies saw this as a chance to reach out to consumers they could not reach before and they would be able to adapted some content so it could be viewed on these other media platforms, to reach out to the highest amount of consumers as possible. This is know as adaptation, an example of this is J.R.R Tolkiens classic books "The Lord of the Rings', these books have be adapted into an animated movie, audio cassettes and three very successful blockbuster movies with the last movie in the trilogy "Return of the King' taking over one hundred million worldwide. This shows that when adaptation is done right with the right content it can become very successful. This adaptation was nothing new to the media world and has been used for many centuries with stories being turned into pictures and back again.
      However after many years when stories started to converge over many media devices is when stories/ products started to be classed as transmedia or multiplatform. Seines this time transmedia has become an ever-changing media in which one definition can be seen as obsolete in a matter of years/ months. In the case of transmedia as a story it can be defined as a story that does not exist on a single platform or media devices, it can exist over many platforms and media areas. Henry Jenkins describes transmedia storytelling as 'a process where intergral elements of a fiction get dispersed systematically across mutiple delivery channels for the purpose of creating a unified and coordinated entertainment experience.' (Jenkins, H). In this world the viewer or player can interact with the story on whole new level and in some cases they can become part of the story. It becomes less about simply viewing a story and starts to become more about taking part with the story and maybe influencing an outcome.
      At the fourth Futures of Entertainment Conference, that brought scholars form television, adverting and new media together from around the world, scholars would speak to each other about the future of the media and what form it could take. This conference had the hot topic as transmedia and had Henry Jenkins as a keynote speaker about the transmedia storytelling. Jenkins spoke about four key elements about transmedia and its successfulness in the new media world. These four elemants were, 'make stories drillable', 'each piece of the story must be enriching', 'recognize the power of your fans' and 'build a world'.
      '¢ Make stories drillable- to create a narrative that will resonate widely and deeply, and have a lasting engagement. Without this viewers could loose interest quickly and would not take the extra steps to find the other part of the story to make it a hole.
      '¢ Each piece of the story must be enriching '“ with transmedia/ multiplatform the story will be shown/ played over many media platforms. It is important that each one of these parts of the story help to tell the story and make it a whole, in a way that not on part is need to make the overall story, but is form when they are all looked at a story world.


      Thats just the opening

    • How to treat santa

      7 years ago

      Wolfwood0000

      I love the kinder chocolate and I got a kinder Santa.
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      So I ripped his face off
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      and ate the inside
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      Was very nice chocolate smiley7.gif

    • What I came home to

      7 years ago

      Wolfwood0000

      I was out and about uni "working" one day, needed food so I popped home for food and this is what i found.
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      Apparently he jumped while my girlfriend was vacuuming.
      As she was studding to be a nurse at the time, she made a little transformers hospital for him to rest and I could come home and reattach his leg
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      I love that she took the time to make a sign

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