|Stan Popovich||How To Manage Your Fears of Being On TV and On The Radio - Here are some suggestions for those people who get anxious when going on TV or The Radio.|
|Sean Stubblefield||Media Is The Masses: Improving standards and practices - Since television has become more literary and thoughtful, it has simultaneously become more deserving of literary criticism and thoughtful, scholarly analysis.|
|Sean Stubblefield||Media Is The Masses: Show, Don't Tell - Like a silent movie, background details of an environment can speak to us without saying a word. This is where the phrase "a picture is worth a thousand words" comes from. |
|Sean Stubblefield||Media Is The Masses: Death By Silence - Obscurity is a greater threat to an artist than piracy.
But what if obscurity occurs not due to a lack of awareness, but lacking commitment from the public?|
|Sean Stubblefield||Media Is The Masses: something to sing about - American culture is so overexposed with modern technology and media displays, that most people have become desensitized to the point of cynicism. |
|Sean Stubblefield||Media Is The Masses: Pagentry Of Pantomimes - It isn`t mother nature that abhors a vacuum, it is human nature. We resist a void, refuse emptiness. Our nature drives us to impose form, structure, patterns and the symbolic. |
|Sean Stubblefield||Media Is The Masses: signs and portents abound - Perhaps, at their best, science fiction should delve into the philosophical and philosophy incorporate elements of science fiction|
|Sean Stubblefield||Media Is The Masses: Too much is not enough - Harrison Bergeron could be used as metaphor about our actual lives in the real world of prevalent electronic media which provides too many interruptions|
|Sean Stubblefield||Media Is The Masses: Global Village... Idiot! - When we refer to Humanity, society or civilization, there is a near absolute assumption that whatever comments or descriptions are made applies to ALL humans|
|Sean Stubblefield||Media Is The Masses: Messiah Conspiracy - Jesus was very skilled at using the media of his time to manifest himself as, and assume the identity of, The Messiah.|
|Sean Stubblefield||Media Is The Masses: Rolling for initiative - Role playing games are essentially a medium for telling stories... a tool of imagination, not the devil.|
|Sean Stubblefield||Media Is The Masses: Better, faster, stronger - Both cyberpunk and steampunk serve as warnings about the future by presenting extremes of technology development and applications. |
|Sean Stubblefield||Media Is The Masses: Like Clockwork - Steampunk has its origin in science fiction and fantasy literature engaging Victorian era level technology and style, and the idea that the computer age coincided with the Industrial.|
|Sean Stubblefield||Media Is The Masses: This is not a game - Ironically, what Alternate Reality Games reveal is not a desire to avoid engagement with the real world, but a desire to pursue engagement, where it is deficient in their regular lives.|
|Sean Stubblefield||Media Is The Masses: Style and Substance - The error and problem (with superhero movies) has only been compounded because of a common conception that "comic book" inherently means "cheesy"...|
|Sean Stubblefield||Media Is The Masses: The Revolution will not be televised; it will be streamed online - The internet production movement spurred and reflected by the Writers Guild strike has indeed manifested an effort among Hollywood scribes to engage the marketing and distribution power of the internets...|
|Sean Stubblefield||Media Is The Masses: Net Neutralization - Why are none of the presidential candidates addressing the issue of net neutrality-- a topic that has significant and substantial social, cultural and economic relevance?|
|Sean Stubblefield||Media Is The Masses: Lingual Coding - Language can be interpreted as a type of media. Perceptions are influenced by conceptions.
And our conceptions of reality are often defined by language.|
|Sean Stubblefield||Media Is The Masses: We'll fix it in post - The ultimate form of a movie/ TV show is determined and developed in "post". One should not underestimate just how significant an impact post-production has on a finished film or TV episode.|
|Sean Stubblefield||Media Is the Masses: Ceremony of innocence is drowned - Society is a medium, and so is the mind.
The mind of a child resembles a computer hard drive: garbage in= garbage out. What lessons are we teaching them? |
|Sean Stubblefield||Media Is The Masses: Look at me! - If you have an opportunity and a platform to make a statement... do something creative. Why waste it?
|Sean Stubblefield||Media Is The Masses: All Along The Watchtower - Mainstream News providers have betrayed their sacred duty, and the public trust.|
|Sean Stubblefield||Media Is The Masses: Not My Beautiful Life - Are you a blind man gaining sight, or a seeing man going blind? In such a conceptual world, is A really A?|
|Sean Stubblefield||Media Is The Masses: Not Of This World - Human nature causes us to superimpose media of personal bias, assumption and imagination onto our reality. The medium that is our life can become formatted with unintentional or unconscious fictions and fantasies, in various ways.|
|Sean Stubblefield|| I Love Sophia * - Taboo exists at the extreme ends of sexual relationships: virginity/celibacy and prostitution/ promiscuity. Negative connotation has been fraudulently superimposed. But why?|
|Sean Stubblefield||Media Is The Masses: Message Deceived - This game has many names, but demonstrates how easily information can become corrupt and distorted with indirect communication filtered through multiple individuals.|
|Sean Stubblefield||Media Is The Masses: Together, But Separate Narration - Narrative fictions are microcosmic bubbles containing alternate realities and parallel universes. |
|Sean Stubblefield||Media Is The Masses: More than meets the eye - In photography, for a photographer as artist, there is always a consideration of art and artifice. (what) Does a picture reveal and/ or conceal?|
|Sean Stubblefield||You are not your culture - In the movie Fight Club, Tyler Durden fervidly tells us that we are not our khakis or the car we drive. In the same spirit, we are not our culture.|
|Sean Stubblefield||Media Is The Masses: Have NEWS, Will Travel - As a social phenomenon, NEWS is the great unifier of people. NEWS connects individuals and societies to each other.|