Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Now you can have twitter writing tips that draw viewers to your #webseries




Okay, I admit it. I'm British.

Which geographically means I am uncomfortable at selling.

Which means I hate writing bold, provocative statements to drive sales.

But what I have noticed is that using the formula tweet and blog post headers below does tend to increase page views and drive traffic to the links...


So, wanted to link to these tips from http://www.copyblogger.com/10-sure-fire-headline-formulas-that-work/, if only to have one place where I could click to have some ideas for wording those tweets and blog post headlines.


1. Who Else Wants [blank]?
Who Else Wants a Great WordPress Theme?

2. The Secret of [blank]
The Secret of Successful Podcasting

3. Here is a Method That is Helping [blank] to [blank]
Here is a Method That is Helping Homeowners Save Hundreds on Insurance

4. Little Known Ways to [blank]
Little Known Ways to Save on Your Heating Bill

5. Get Rid of [problem] Once and For All
Get Rid of Your Unproductive Work Habits Once and For All

6. Here’s a Quick Way to [solve a problem]
Here’s a Quick Way to Potty Train Junior

7. Now You Can Have [something desirable] [great circumstance]
Now You Can Own a Cool Mac and Still Run Windows

8. [Do something] like [world-class example]
Speak Spanish Like a Diplomat

9. Have a [or] Build a [blank] You Can Be Proud Of
Build a Body You Can Be Proud Of

10. What Everybody Ought to Know About [blank]
What Everybody Ought to Know About ASP


Here are some more from http://www.copyblogger.com/proven-headline-formulas

1. Say it simply and directly.
No cleverness. No jokes. No wordplay.
- The Ultimate Tax Shelter

2. State the big benefit.
Transforming your major benefit into a headline.
- Get a FREE vase when you buy a dozen roses.

3. Announce exciting news.
The product or service doesn’t necessarily have to be newly created to qualify as news.
- Now program your DVR by simply speaking to the revolutionary DVR VOICE programmer.

4. Appeal to the “how-to” instinct.
The how-to must highlight the benefit or final result, not the process itself. Look at this example:
- How to make money working from home with your PC.

5. Pose a provocative question.
It must relate directly and clearly to the major benefit of the product.
- How do I know which mutual funds may be right for me?

6. Bark a command.
It’s not conversational, it’s dictatorial.
- Stop wasting money on Web design. Use InstaSite to create your own Web site in minutes.

7. Offer useful information.
What people really want is a sense of order and predictability in their lives.
- Free brochure shows you how to end your money worries for good.

8. Relay an honest, enthusiastic testimonial.
It capitalizes on the fact that people like to know what other people say.
- “It’s the first book on personal finance that really made sense to me.”

9. Authenticate your proposition with a little something extra.
Add a little something extra to your headline that seems out of place, yet rings true.
- Small Company’s New Golf Ball Flies Too Far; Could Obsolete Many Golf Courses.


And even more from here http://www.copyblogger.com/headline-swipe-file-3

1. Warning: [blank].
- Warning: Do You Recognize These 7 Early Warning Signs of Blogger Burnout?

2. How [blank] Made Me [blank].
- How Moving to Iowa Improved My Sex Life

3. Are You [blank]?
- Are You Ready to Learn Chinese for Your Next Job?

4. [Blank] Ways to [blank].
- 21 Ways to Live a Better Life With Less

5. If You’re [blank], You Can [blank].
- If You Love Scuba, You Can Dive Belize This Week Only for a Song!




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Monday, 7 November 2011

How do you convert a DVD file to a youtube video file? My favourite free video conversion software - Freemake

I was going to write a post about the fact that I archive stuff onto my DVD recorder. I was finding it hard looking for free converters that bounce them straight into files you can then upload to youtube...

I've put the initial trawl of free DVD conversion software below... but then I came across
http://www.freemake.com




The others listed below are good - the conversions work, but man, freemake is a dream.


The biggest problem I had was that my videos are in 16:9 widescreen FHA (Full Height Anamorphic).

This means the video files are regular TV aspect ratio 4:3, which means the video files were being kept and ripped as 4:3 files.

Freemake has an option to stretch to any size.
So I just take my "DVD quality 720x576" file, and convert it to 1024x576, making sure to check the "adjustment" setting to "Stretch".

It also allows you to edit your video into chunks, so you can cut off VT countdown clocks, or edit out segments before saving. And you can save at the same resolution, or convert to another size.

All the free conversion software seems to do this to greater or lesser degrees -- this one was just really easy to use.

Freemake Video Converter 2.1 from Freemake


And because I just wanted to know how to rip DVD to youtube videos, I've not even touched the other input and output formats it converts to...
(Output to AVI, WMV, MP4, MKV, FLV, SWF, 3GP, MP3 Rip DVD movie to AVI, WMV, MP4, MPEG, MKV, FLV, SWF, 3GP. Convert video to Flash and embed it directly to your web page. Convert video and audio files to MP3. Convert Free to iPod, iPhone, iPad, PSP, PS3, Android)


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Here are the other converters I downloaded and tried...



MPEG streamclip
http://www.squared5.com/





Handbrake
http://handbrake.fr/





Quick Media Converter
http://www.cocoonsoftware.com



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Friday, 7 October 2011

How social media can make your webseries happen


Being the mayor of Whole Foods on Foursquare isn't going to make your
idea happen

Finding a new community, one filled with people who are already doing
what you want to be doing, will push you to accomplish it yourself.
But only if you jump in.

Think of your community as collaborators - not an audience.

Celebrate every person who celebrates you.

Don’t focus on the monetary aspect of a project too early - build your
brand and community because you love it, and success will find you.

MORE HERE:
It's Not About "Engagement": Using Social Media To Make Ideas Happen



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Wednesday, 5 October 2011

Sci-Fi web series BROKEN TOY - from the StoryGas Mailbag...


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From @BrokenToyTV
THX 4 the follow Neil! If you haven't already, check out our Sci-Fi web series BROKEN TOY and let us know what u think!

Broken Toy: episode 1



Astounding progress has been made by the United States government in the development of the once-theoretical Mach 24 jet engine.

Fast jets, however, need fast pilots and a program to re-engineer aviators with accelerated reflexes and neural pathways capable of flying these fighters has been a disaster. Four prime candidates were upgraded. All four died horrifically.

A fifth -- never meant as anything more than a disposable test subject -- has unexpectedly survived the strain to his nervous system. Hunted and confused, he is now a violent fugitive on the run from his grave.

BROKEN TOY webseries home site here

BROKEN TOY youtube channel here

BROKEN TOY on facebook

BROKEN TOY on twitter


Broken Toy: episode 2




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Friday, 30 September 2011

AXE LORDS - Canadian comedy web series - from the StoryGas Mailbag


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From @TheAxeLords
Big welcome to our new followers - hope u guys dig the 1st 4eps of Axe Lords #webseries. Final episode to come.



AXE LORDS chronicles the relationship between three best friends, which has come under fire when two consider leaving the Axe Throwing League that binds them together.

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AXE LORDS webseries site here




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Wednesday, 28 September 2011

MISSED CONNECTIONS LIVE comedy web series - from the StoryGas webseries Mailbag

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From @melissacenter
Thanks for the follow! Check out my #webseries @MissedLive if you haven't already :-)



A quirky single city gal finds her target after a night on the town in this episode of Missed Connections Live, the original series in which creator/star Melissa re-imagines actual missed connections postings found on Craigslist.

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Monday, 26 September 2011

Irish comedy web series RENT A FRIEND - StoryGas Mailbag

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From @davetheminogue
Ps if you get a chance have a look at our webseries 'Rent a Friend'




RENT A FRIEND is a comedy drama set in Kilkenny. Dave and Der are in their early 20s, out of college and out of work, forced to live at home. With few opportunities they decide to sell the only asset they have - their friendship. Unfortunately as far as friendship goes these two are offering the worst deal on the market.

RENT A FRIEND webseries facebook page here

RENT A FRIEND web series home site here



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Monday, 19 September 2011

British comedy webseries LICENSED - StoryGas web series Mailbag

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From @LicensedSeries LICENSED The Series
have you seen our webseries? maybe you'll like them, it's all comic and stuff, www.licensedseries.com





Raymond Hewitt is LICENSED. His sole mission in life is to find all those who have failed to pay for their TV Licences and punish them. He will do so in style.

LICENCED webseries facebook page here



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Friday, 16 September 2011

Comedy SQUATTERS SERIES webseries - from the StoryGas web series Mailbag!

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From @thepowerobject The Squatters Series
@NeilMossey thanks for the follow! You could make a series out of your junk mail!

SQUATTERS SERIES
An online comedy about not paying rent!



Squatter is an original episodic comedy about two jaded New Yorkers, Hank Pitman (Brendan Bradley) and Alex Selkirk (Erik Scott Smith), who vow to squat for an entire year. They've had enough of inflated Manhattan rent costs and have a plan for how to solve their housing dilemma. With Hank's frat boy charm and rugged good looks, he is confident that he can seduce women and "take them back to their place" for the night—housing problem solved, and some fun thrown in, too. Alex has a different approach: he is going to live at the office, sleeping in his cubicle and freshening up in the employee bathroom.

SQUATTERS SERIES webseries home site here





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Wednesday, 14 September 2011

Have a look in my StoryGas webseries Mailbag! THE POWER OBJECT - sex toy comedy

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From @thepowerobject The Power Object
@NeilMossey Thanks for #FF, enjoying your blog!

3 friends, 3 broken dreams & 1 magic vibrator



“Sex & the City” collides with “Team America” in this 9-episode comedy series that follows the adventures of three young San Francisco women who turn their loser lives around with the help of a magic vibrator.

THE POWER OBJECT webseries home site here





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Monday, 12 September 2011

StoryGas Mailbag! UNLEASHED comedy webseries - @watchunleashed


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From @watchunleashed
Welcome followers! Watch us here: http://www.watchunleashed.com Thank you! Woof!




There’s no business like dog business...
In Hollywood... every dog has a dog walker and every dog walker has a dream. UnLEASHED is a scripted comedy that follows Heather Posen and her growing pet care company... "LEASH". We follow the lives of her employees and learn a bit about their clients as well.


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Friday, 9 September 2011

StoryGas Mailbag! 4 Villains the webseries project - @4villains

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From @4Villains 4 Villains
would love to have 4villains posted on your blog check us out here!
facebook.com/4Villains



4Villains is a fan-interactive series, coming 2011, in which our watchers can create their villains and even have a chance to appear via webcam on our show!


The 4Villains Project is a group of dedicated fanboys (and girls) who love everything comicbook, videogame, and classic gaming alike, formed together to bring this show and game to life. We realize that Hollywood and broadcast television are on the verge of self-destruction unless they evolve to utilize the internet to its full potential. We intend to start there. our show will be free for all to watch and enjoy, and even get involved in! We want our community to be a part of our world, and grow it together!

For more information check out our website: http://4villains.org/


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Monday, 5 September 2011

DATES LIKE THIS the webseries - @DLTSeries message to StoryGas Mailbag

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@DLTSeries Dates Like This
good morning! we'd love for you to check out our kickstarter page! http://ow.ly/6cIO2 - have a great day!!






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Friday, 2 September 2011

Why free webseries will be successful? - Favourite Posts: Chris Anderson and Freeconomics


This is the last of my reposting some of my favourite webseries posts this month...

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(Original "Chris Anderson: why free works" - post here)


Been meaning to link to this for ages - under the
Recommended Reading
label.



From wired.com:-
Once a marketing gimmick, free has emerged as a full-fledged economy. Offering free music proved successful for Radiohead, Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails, and a swarm of other bands on MySpace that grasped the audience-building merits of zero. The fastest-growing parts of the gaming industry are ad-supported casual games online and free-to-try massively multiplayer online games. Virtually everything Google does is free to consumers, from Gmail to Picasa to GOOG-411.

The rise of "freeconomics" is being driven by the underlying technologies that power the Web. Just as Moore's law dictates that a unit of processing power halves in price every 18 months, the price of bandwidth and storage is dropping even faster. Which is to say, the trend lines that determine the cost of doing business online all point the same way: to zero.
MORE HERE:-
http://www.wired.com/techbiz/it/magazine/16-03/ff_free


Free! Why $0.00 is the Future of Business




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Wednesday, 31 August 2011

Favourite comedy webseries posts - PENELOPE PRINCESS OF PETS


Reposting my favourite things this month - this web series had me at the title sequence.

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(Original PENELOPE, PRINCESS OF PETS - post here)


Penelope Princess of Pets webseriesFrom Chortle.com:-

Quirky American comedian Kristen Schaal's web series Penelope: Princess Of Pets could be made into a pilot for Channel 4.

She and double-act partner Kurt Braunohler made five episodes of the offbeat show for now-defunct website Super Deluxe.

And now Schaal, who plays obsessed fan Mel in the Flight Of The Conchords TV series, says it ‘looks like' they will be developing the offbeat show for Channel 4.

She told US website Punchline: ‘This year, it's going to be me trying to figure out how to make a pilot in London.'

FULL ARTICLE ON CHORTLE HERE...


PENELOPE PRINCESS OF PETS creator Kristen Schaal on twitter


PENELOPE PRINCESS OF PETS youtube channel HERE



Penelope Princess of Pets - Episode 1




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Monday, 29 August 2011

HOW TO ENGINEER MOVIE HITS - by Malcolm Gladwell - from my favourite posts

Reposting my favourite things through August - here's another - awesome video.

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(Original "So Predictable" How to engineer a movie hit - post here)


Malcolm Gladwell on engineering movie hits

From The New Yorker:-
Malcolm Gladwell talks about success in the film industry and engineering hits. From the 2006 New Yorker Festival.
LINK HERE:-
http://www.newyorker.com/online/video/2006/10/09/predictable

Gladwell covers Dear Frankie, the Death of Diana, The Interpreter, and nobody knowing what constitutes the sublime.
And a great summary here from The Krieger Group:-
Several years ago, Malcolm Gladwell gave an interesting talk for The New Yorker Festival in which he reported on a group of researchers who had developed algorithms to predict whether a script could be developed into a hit movie. The researchers used a technique called neural networks to predict, based upon elements of the script, if the movie would be a box office smash. In fact, the researchers were able to predict the profitability of a movie accurately 6 out of 9 times, even before the director or cast was chosen. In several cases they were within several million dollars. Now 6 out of 9 may not seem great, but Hollywood’s record is poor; successfully predicting gross revenues on only 1/3 of their movies (after all, if they did not think it was going to be profitable they would make the film, unless its Woody Allen).
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http://thekriegergroup.com/blog/?p=18

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Friday, 26 August 2011

How to find names for your webseries characters - RANDOM NAME GENERATORS

Another re-post of a favourite, as I trawl through the storygas archives through August - How can you quickly trawl as many surnames as possible, or just generate character names for free?


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(Original "Random Name Generator" post here)



This is more of a writing resource for myself.

You'll either find the next four columns extremely useful, or a complete waste of screen space.

Either way, they will be permanently linked with all the other WRITING RESOURCES in the sidebar down the right hand side. Suppose they could also work as first names, Christian names, or company names too. Over 1300 below.

Or, for another 300 names, try the 'last name generator' here:
http://www.geocities.com/simthingd2/surnames.html

Lister
Hawkins
Warren
Matthews
Hogarth
Knight
Atkins
Celliee
Muller
Ahmad
Dukes
Gerard
Fuller
Bradley
Smeeton
Boatman
Cripps
Mathias
Pearce
Galloway
Townshend
Harry
Jones
Mills
Mapes
Moore
Fraser
Delamarre
MacIntyre
More
Lawall
Oxley
Ferris
Warn
O'Donoghue
Charnock
Salisbury
Nisbet
Kinder
Barden
Cobley
Miles
Moorcroft
McMaster
Mayor
Hankins
Hosey
Bushnell
Sky
Coker
Ducon
Duvall
Cortes
Pigott
Pett
Bosher
Cunneen
Rodden
Gilfillan
Casson
Malton
Gledhill
Leahy
Palfrey
Tedd
Guilbert
Foston
Balderstone
Moult
Layden
Thornhill
Glacken
Allkins
Sommerton
Corran
Blinman
Ludick
Heighway
Ellam
Trennery
Noach
Reid
Springer
Blondel
Gartside
Wiglet
Paddock
Powney
Radnor
Keighley
Donagher
Garraghan
Beacon
Elling
Cockayne
Nettleton
Lingham
Ferwinckle
Candlin
Ainslie
O'Gorman
Braidwood
Filbey
Bass
Meryick
Hammond
Lotaris
Collier
Deadman
Champion
Breaknell
Muxworthy
Hayes
Dodkin
Gascoine
McMiven
Farre
Poultney
Murkin
Hardin
Cramman
Liston
Meehan
Stitchener
Crafter
Kettlewell
Wearing
Logg
Huntly
Deny
McDwing
West
Chang
Emmons
McManus
Trail
Whatford
Broadbent
Cherriman
Cole
Hopkin
Morrison
Metson
Christie
Chadwick
Joseph
Bailey
Goodman
Clegg
Nichols
Brann
Beaumont
Sopocko
Lockley
Pillay
Utton
Hardacre
Petticrew
Rand
Deehan
Eddison
Kanane
Kilroy
Templeton
Keynes
Darwin
Elliot
Rutherford
Seekings
Tolmay
Street
Burns
Mapp
Hartfield
Wenham
Chatters
Moreton
Bridge
Jewell
McWilliam
Pidgeon
Renwick
Mollard
Hamblett
Oram
McCormack
Snelson
Swales
Lanaway
Whitehall
Drohan
Hare
Haydon
Layland
Gorham
Chudley
Ross
Darby
Gallagher
Schleeter
Gordon
Pointon
Jason
Burke
Stockham
Whitby
Smale
Saylan
Jeffs
Fitzgerald
Kerry
Mayer
Clohesy
Magraw
Costello
Pyatt
Hields
Betchworth
Sergeant
Dumont
Heath
Hayman
Meltham
Seenan
Bibby
Johnstone
Chirchfield
Martin
Burnand
Sami
Cooley
Simmons
Murray
Huckle
Laver
Dale
WHetton
Cherry
Wardleworth
Paige
Lowman
Hawcroft
Kirkby
Chin
Bubbles
Pledger
Brannon
Baines
Craigen
Dermott
Campion
Lee
Thom
Thorman
Denton
Linn
Dodds
Bellars
Courtney-Evans
Parslow
O’Connor
Michel
Kacy
Ewin
Collyer
Bellis
Goodyear
Dearman
Godden
Kellie
Tonge
Barker
Jerome
Amstead
Wagstaff
Jowitt
Witchell
Binfield
Hoff
Barrass
Treanor
Duff
Tytler
Hallsworth
Hindle
Churne
Cromwell
Oates
Bank
Henderson
Cavanagh
Haylett
Lancashire
Buckenham
Braddick
Lumsden
MacKlam
Travill
BcGonagall
Stafford
Stockton
Warde
Rosenbloom
Jury
Samuel
Caddick
Turnell
Sugden
Blunden
Seager
Falsh
MacKey
Stead
Duffin
Soukal
Marriott
Chalcroft
Malas
Staniland
Reay
Ashley
Humprey
Trotman
Mynott
McCook
McLoughlin
Portrey
Hazelton
Rands
Gillen
Lack
Clapham
Dyball
Hastings
Dewey

Crossthwaite
Arnall
Emberey
Mabe
Sweeney
Kouma
Glend
Thirwall
Hargreaves
Ashdown
Abrams
Shearer
Jacques
Wakeham
Ferraby
Lockyer
Cliff
Burfitt
Ewart
Shelling
Sharma
Silverstein
Norbury
Hunter
Bobinson
Sproston
Gibbond
Wynne
Holgate
Harby
English
Cragg
Molloy
Grayson
Wallcraft
Hiddleston
Hamblin
Cuellar
Goldenfield
Ellison
Darlington
Hadiman
Stroud
Ulyatt
Mopp
Taggart
Lightfoot
Doleman
Fennelly
Carsley
Anness
Lyth
Faber
Stennett
Bentley
Bunston
Keal
McCord
Ruddin
Leeson
Elliman
Gowers
Medforth
Hollins
Pitcher
Sargent
Holroyd
Dent
Bosson
Corry
Svenson
Alldridge
Bruce
Barlow
Elliott
Holyland
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Monday, 22 August 2011

HOW TO BE CREATIVE by Hugh McLeod - My favourite posts

Sorry if you have seen these posts before, but I'm reposting my favourite storygas links through August - because these are the ones I like the most (Plus, they seem to have disappeared from search engines after I lost my www.storygas.com URL)

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(Original How To Be Creative post here)

How To Be Creative by Hugh MacLeod Hugh McLeod Hugh Maccloud Mcloud Huw

An end of year gift.

My favourite page on the Internet.

HOW TO BE CREATIVE by Hugh MacLeod.
So you want to be more creative, in art, in business, whatever. Here are some tips that have worked for me over the years:

1. Ignore everybody.
2. The idea doesn't have to be big. It just has to be yours.
3. Put the hours in.
4. If your biz plan depends on you suddenly being "discovered" by some big shot, your plan will probably fail.
5. You are responsible for your own experience.

6. Everyone is born creative; everyone is given a box of crayons in kindergarten.
7. Keep your day job.
8. Companies that squelch creativity can no longer compete with companies that champion creativity.
9. Everybody has their own private Mount Everest they were put on this earth to climb.
10. The more talented somebody is, the less they need the props.

11. Don't try to stand out from the crowd; avoid crowds altogether.
12. If you accept the pain, it cannot hurt you.
13. Never compare your inside with somebody else's outside.
14. Dying young is overrated.
15. The most important thing a creative person can learn professionally is where to draw the red line that separates what you are willing to do, and what you are not.

16. The world is changing.
17. Merit can be bought. Passion can't.
18. Avoid the Watercooler Gang.
19. Sing in your own voice.
20. The choice of media is irrelevant.

21. Selling out is harder than it looks.
22. Nobody cares. Do it for yourself.
23. Worrying about "Commercial vs. Artistic" is a complete waste of time.
24. Don't worry about finding inspiration. It comes eventually.
25. You have to find your own schtick.

26. Write from the heart.
27. The best way to get approval is not to need it.
28. Power is never given. Power is taken.
29. Whatever choice you make, The Devil gets his due eventually.
30. The hardest part of being creative is getting used to it.

31. Remain frugal.
32. Allow your work to age with you.
33. Being Poor Sucks.
34. Beware of turning hobbies into jobs.
35. Savor obscurity while it lasts.

36. Start blogging.
37. Meaning Scales, People Don't.
38. When your dreams become reality, they are no longer your dreams.

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Friday, 19 August 2011

Favourite webseries posts: Lovedistance.jp - Real-time Japanese Online Drama...


Re-posting some of my best webseries links and posts through August.

Wanted to take another look at this, because it was so damn weird.

The video explains and ties up everything, but it was a real time journey webcast event, as narrative.

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(ORIGINAL LOVEDISTANCE POST HERE)



Okay.

This is *really* different. But you have to catch it quick, as it seems to end on December 24th.

It takes a while to load and click through, and I'm still not fully sure what it's all about.


From lovedistance.jp:-
From Tokyo to Fukuoka,
one long distance relationship.
The distance, over 1000km.

The relationship, 2 and half years so far.
A man from Fukuoka, a woman from Tokyo,
to prove their love, they run.

This documentary is, until the saintly night of Dec 24th when the reunion happens, broadcasting the two's running paths. Their text messages, blogs and video chats, are open to the spectators in real-time.

This documentary will, for about a month, continue living in real-time.
We the audience, is going to observe their love relationship for the next one month to reconsider this monster, "love".

In order to virtually experience their long distance relationship, a male is directed to "a man" site, a female is directed to "a woman" site, in other words, you will be separated apart. This takes away internet freedom.

To tell a truth, this documentary is an advertisement. On the saintly night of Dec 24th, the client will be revealed. CF will be produced through the next one month.

Here's a frame from the introductory video.

And here's a screengrab of the live feed.
The pink and the blue show the progress of the couple getting together.


And you can track the two 'runners' on a live interactive map.


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UPDATE:
*This* is what it was about...



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Wednesday, 17 August 2011

Favourite posts: Dr. Horrible's Sing-A-Long-Blog - Joss Whedon's Online Comedy Musical...


Spending August revisiting some of my favourite posts and web series.

This one isn't a webseries - it was a one-off web event - which, in itself is an interesting take on how to use online release to create a buzz and possibly a community around your project?

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(Original post here)

Dr Horribles Singalong Blog joss whedon josss weedon joss weedan

From wikipedia:-
Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog is a 43-minute musical film, initially produced exclusively for Internet distribution. It tells the story of Dr. Horrible, the aspiring supervillain alter ego of Billy; Captain Hammer, his nemesis; and Penny, their mutual love interest.

The movie was written by writer/director Joss Whedon, his brothers Zack Whedon (a television writer) and Jed Whedon (a composer), and Jed's fiancée, actress Maurissa Tancharoen. The writing team penned the musical during the WGA writers' strike. The idea was to create something small and inexpensive, yet professionally done, in a way that would circumvent the issues that were being protested during the strike. On October 31, 2008, Time Magazine named it #15 in Time's Top 50 Inventions of 2008.
MORE HERE:-
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doctor_Horrible%27s_Sing-Along_Blog




So... What's it about, and why is it special?

From NewTeeVee:-
Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog, Joss Whedon’s web series, is a bold experiment in online distribution — the series will be available for free for just one week before becoming available on DVD and possibly download — but it’s also damn entertaining.

The tale of an aspiring supervillain told mostly in song, this WGA strike-spurred project treads an odd line between the professional and the amateur, making full use of Whedon’s considerable resources while still carrying a whiff of we-don’t-need-no-stinking-permits filmmaking. The end result is kinetic and inspired, while still bearing the trademark wit and pathos of a Whedon project.

MORE HERE:-
http://station.newteevee.com/2008/07/11/dr-horrible-preview-whedon-rocks-the-blog/

MORE ARTICLES HERE:-
http://www.drhorrible.com/press.html

SHOW HOME PAGE HERE:-
http://www.drhorrible.com/

OFFICIAL FAN SITE HERE:-
http://doctorhorrible.net/

From doctorhorrible youtube channel:
The story of a low-rent super-villain, the hero who keeps beating him up, and the cute girl from the laundromat he's too shy to talk to.

Starring Neil Patrick Harris as Dr. Horrible, Nathan Fillion as Captain Hammer, Felicia Day as Penny, and a cast of dozens!


AND HERE'S A SONG:-




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Monday, 15 August 2011

Favourite webseries links: CLARK AND MICHAEL - US online comedy

Re-posting my favourite links through August - and taking another look at some old web series (and by old, in webseries terms, that's 3 years it seems...)

Really liked watching CLARK AND MICHAEL at the time - and now it's all but buried on CBS' youtube channel. So, sorry many of the links below are broken, but they might help you hunt down more if you want to see more of this show.

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(Original Clark and Michael post here)


From wikipedia:-
"Clark and Michael is a CBS Internet television series created by and starring Clark Duke and Michael Cera. The series takes the form of a mockumentary following Duke and Cera's ambitions to write and sell a pilot for a television series. Influences on the show include comedy group Stella, Arrested Development, Bob Odenkirk and David Cross' Mr. Show, British mockumentary The Office, comedian Larry David, The Larry Sanders Show and the Adult Swim block of Cartoon Network.

Duke and Cera play fictionalized versions of themselves, Cera describing the characters as "more idiotic and more deluded". The series is a low-budget affair, filmed on handheld cameras by friends of the duo. The cameras are acknowledged by Clark, Michael and others, who will sometimes address them or those operating them; in one scene, an upset Michael shouts a cameraman out of the bathroom, after which Clark angrily points out to the crew that their contract states "no bathroom stuff". Boom mics are often visible, and the crew have also intervened in fights between Clark and Michael."

MORE HERE:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clark_and_Michael



SHOW HOME SITE HERE:
http://www.clarkandmichael.com/

EPISODE TWO HERE:


*****STORYGAS INTERACTIVE RATING!*****
CLARK & MICHAEL
Can you embed? YES - from youtube
Can you comment? YES - but seems to have stopped
Also on youtube? YES - but buried on CBS channel
Forums? not found
Blog? YES but seems to have stopped
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CLARK & MICHAEL epsiode 1 part 2

CLARK & MICHAEL episode 2 - "Dinner and a Show"

CLARK & MICHAEL episode 3 - MISSING???

CLARK & MICHAEL episode 4 - "DA Dad and the Break-Up"

CLARK & MICHAEL episode 5 - "Driving School"

CLARK & MICHAEL episode 6 - "Office Hunting"

CLARK & MICHAEL episode 7 - "Premium Milkshakes"

CLARK & MICHAEL episode 8 - "Writing Partners"

CLARK & MICHAEL episode 9 - "There Is Only One Highlander"

CLARK & MICHAEL episode 10 part 1 - "Kings of Holly"

CLARK & MICHAEL episode 10 part 2 - "Kings of Holly"



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Friday, 12 August 2011

Favourite posts and webseries: Lonelygirl15 - the first social media online drama?


Reposting some of my favourite posts through August -- Here's lonelygirl15.

Trailblazer in the effects a 2-way transaction with your audience can have on your web series narrative...

If you've never seen or heard of this webseries, you might like to skip down to the "ABC Nightline Interview With The Creators" video below...

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(Original post here)

lonelygirl5 lonely girl 15 lonelygirl lonelygril15

From wikipedia:-

"lonelygirl15 was an interactive web-based video series which began in June 2006, and ended on August 1, 2008.

The show focuses on the life of a fictional teenage girl named Bree, whose YouTube username is the eponymous "lonelygirl15", but the show does not reveal its fictional nature to its audience.

First Blog / Dorkiness Prevails


After the fictional status of the show was revealed in September 2006, the show gradually evolved into a multi-character show including both character videoblogs and action sequences, with a complex story universe involving "trait positive girls" who are sought by an evil organization called "The Order".

Lonelygirl15 first came to international attention ostensibly as a "real" video blogger who achieved massive popularity on YouTube. The show was eventually proved as a hoax by suspicious viewers as featuring a fictitious character played by American-New Zealand actress Jessica Rose.

The three creators of Lonelygirl15, first revealed by the The New York Times, were Ramesh Flinders, a screenwriter and filmmaker from Marin County, California, Miles Beckett, a surgical residency dropout turned filmmaker, and Greg Goodfried, a former attorney with Mitchell, Silberberg and Knupp, LLP.

The series began on June 16, 2006, and was slated to run through August 1, 2008. New videos appeared, at a clip of four to five a week, first on YouTube and lg15.com, also on MySpace. As of July 2008, the series has had more than 110 million combined views."


More here:-
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lonelygirl15

New York Times Article here

LONELYGIRL15 EPISODE ONE DETAILS

LONELYGIRL15 EPISODE 2 - Purple Monkey


LGPEDIA DETAILS


LONELYGIRL15 EPISODE 3 - School Work in Summer... BLECHH!!!


LGPEDIA DETAILS


lonelygirl 15 home page

"LONELYGIRL15" WEB SERIES HOME SITE HERE:
www.lg15.com

"LONELYGIRL15" SHOW FORUM HERE:
www.lg15.com/forum

"LONELYGIRL15" BEHIND THE SCENES BLOG HERE:
http://inside.lg15.com


loneonlygirl 15 lonelygilr lonelygirl15 you tube channel

"LONELYGIRL15" YOUTUBE CHANNEL HERE:
http://www.youtube.com/user/lonelygirl15


ABC NIGHTLINE INTERVIEW
with the creators of lonelygirl15 (From November 2006?)




Behind Lonelygirl15 (interview) - From January 2008


Rocketboom field correspondent Chuck Olsen interviews Miles Beckett and Greg Goodfried, the creators of lonelygirl15.


Lonelygirl15: The Resistance on Tilzy.TV


Miles Beckett and Greg Goodfried - creators of Lonelygirl15 and Kate Modern and founders of new media company EQAL - talk with Josh Cohen of Tilzy.TV about LG15: The Resistance, why the series is different, and how the LG15 world comes to life.


'Lonelygirl15' creators Beckett, Goodfried discuss new drama - from Sept 2008


"We call the shows that we produce 'social shows,' and they're very different from a TV show or a film,"

"The way that you actually construct the narrative, the way that the plot points flow over the course of the week, the way the site interplays with the video, the way the community works together and talks to the videos and talks to the characters, is all different,"




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