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Lecture 1: Interactive Design - Convergent Media

What is convergent media?

The ‘flow of content across multiple media platforms’. Convergent media involves combining two or more of the following: communications networks, computing/ information technology and content (media). 48 more words

Writer Simon Oliver hints at his plans for Plastic Man and the Freedom Fighters

With the April 29 release of Plastic Man and the Freedom Fighters #1 slowly inching closer, the two-issue Convergence mini-series is finally getting some love from the comics press. 359 more words

Plastic Man

Lecture One - Web 2.0 & Convergence.

Web 2.0 is convergent media thinking plus interactive information sharing and collaboration. The time it took 50 million people to participate in the collaboration of information sharing varied across different electronics including radio taking 38 years, television taking 13 years, the internet once it was open to the general public made its mark in 4 years, the iPod taking 3 years and the iPhone taking 1 and a half years. 362 more words

Bloggedin

Literally, anything you want to know

I am very exposed, when comes to online visibility. Anyone can find me on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube and Vimeo. I also run a number of blogs and I am an online radio presenter.   200 more words

Online

Do We Teach Them What They Need to Know About Jesus?

Devotional Thought of the Day:

36  “Teacher, which is the most important commandment in the law of Moses?” 37  Jesus replied, “‘You must love the LORD your God with all your heart, all your soul, and all your mind.’ 38  This is the first and greatest commandment. 892 more words

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Media Analysis Journal: Convergence for #Concomms Rookies

Prohibitionism? Intertextuality? Withering of the witherers? Newcomers to the world of converged communications can easily get bogged down in the jargon. Even those who have absorbed some of the complicated terminology of media theory have to untangle intellectual knots. 622 more words

Media Criticism