In a sense, this is one of the challenges I see in terms of how we create or set up our audiences’ experiences. The experience of engaging with an interactive story is never going to be the same as watching a film with other people in a theater, and we shouldn’t be trying to replicate that experience in a new form. But I do think it is important to think through what a simultaneous, collective, visceral experience might look like in this new idiom.

Thanks Harvis.

We all want to share the amazing things that happen in our lives – the things that make our lives seem less mundane. People post about what they do, that’s what’s really sharable.

Indeed. One of the reasons why I don’t tweet or Instagram everyday things. Not necessarily because it’s mundane but it’s what I experience everyday regardless of how “cool” it might be.

 A lot of Hollywood people say that the traditional “narrative” of filmed entertainment will hold in the Internet meets TV world.  They say that long-form storytelling will be where the ad money will flow.

If there was a way to “channel” these long-form narratives being done by different producers, big and small, into one experience.