Archive for August, 2013


Posted: August 25, 2013 in Uncategorized


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via Medium.


Russian: Pochemuchka

Someone who asks a lot of questions. In fact, probably too many questions. We all know a few of these.

via 11 Untranslatable Words From Other Cultures — Writers on Writing — Medium.

HTML5 narration finds its way

Txema Alegre | 01/07/2013

“Scrolling”, or vertical navigation, has become fashionable again in the field of large-scale interactive reports and documentaries. This tendency, formed by ever-increasing examples, is becoming more sophisticated in combination with other resources and as a result it is taking its first steps towards a true digital narrative, driven by the experimentation going on with HTML5.

via July 2013 Archives – The Fourth BitThe Fourth Bit.

Home – Narrative First

Posted: August 11, 2013 in culture, language, Story

narrativefirstNarrative Science & the Movies by Jim HullTying The Towers of Story Structure Together

via Home – Narrative First.

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