#StillHere


I wanted to let you all know that the fiction project that J.C. Hutchins was working on is now LIVE.  It’s not exactly what i was expecting, but it looks pretty decent.

I signed up for it (using Facebook) and saw the ‘Facebook Page’ that they have.  it’s a static page that looks similar to what facebook is and populates the page with videos pictures and such from those listed in your friends list.  It pulls location information as well, so it’s more geared towards your area and where your friends are.

It’s actually pretty creepy.  Got me thinking about a few things and realized that this is something that could happen.  Call me paranoid, call me a conspiracy theorist, but hey.  Something’s going to happen some day.  Maybe not to this magnitude, maybe worse, but…

So far it looks like it’s a heck of a lot of work that paid off.

Head on over to J.C’s site and check out the full details of his work with Discovery Channels The Colony.

My latest fiction project — a groundbreaking online narrative that gives you and your friends ringside seats to the end of the world — is now live. I’ve worked with dozens of talented creators and developers on this story for months now, and hope you’ll find it as fun and resonant as we do.

We’ve nicknamed this story #StillHere. It’s a transmedia experience designed to introduce you the devastated world of the Discovery Channel’s TV program The Colony. It’s an interesting place to visit, but you wouldn’t want to live here: this world has been wrecked by an ultra-contagious virus called “Nuclear Flu.” The second season of The Colony debuts in the U.S. on Tuesday, July 27.

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~ by Normanomicon on July 15, 2010.

 
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