Peer Production: What Do Video Gamers & Video Makers Have in Common?

Answer: Um, love. Of their work and their play.


As witnessed by this BALLAD OF THE MAGES, by “Brentalfloss.” G4 called him “New York’s Maestro of music-based video game humor,” and they’re not kidding. read article

Remember All Those Promises Of an Interactive Multi-Media Future?

They were a big deal in the 1990s. Everybody who was anybody in the media was talking about how video, print, audio, you-name-it would be linked in magazines, books, and on the web.

Then they got all quiet about it, like they were embarrassed.

But now, about 20 years after the talk started dying down – it’s here. Thanks to – of all places – the New York Times. read article

Peer Production: PARAPHERNALIA

paraphernalia short film

Having trouble getting your foot in the TV (or film) writing door? Yeah, it’s rough out there, we know.

Over the years TVWriter™ has seen new creators win and also seen ’em, well, drop out. (We’d never say “lose.”) And we’ve seen new creators find satisfaction just by doing, by creating their own films and bringing them to an audience w/o having to kowtow to the Old Media TV and film doorkeepers. read article

The Doctor Puppet’s 1st Appearance in 2013

Doctor Puppet Stonehenge New Year's
The Doctor Puppet’s Tumblr Page

Uh-oh, hope he loves us even if we aren’t on Tumblr. After all, we love him.

Erm, kinda, in a manly sorta way. You know how it is.

And we love Stonehenge almost as much. read article

Peer Production: A Video About Boredom That Isn’t At All Boring Itself

ETA video

We didn’t think it was possible. Then, while strolling through Vimeo, we spotted this:

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