Tag: writers life
From Wired to Worried: A Review of the Article on AI’s Potential Threats
As a curious technologist and systems scholar, I was intrigued by the recent article published by WILL KNIGHT and PARESH DAVE titled “In Sudden Alarm, Tech Doyens Call for a Pause on ChatGPT.” The article discussed the concerns of tech luminaries, renowned scientists, and even Elon Musk himself about the potential dangers of the development…
Storytelling and the Andriani Cycle. Marrying Dan Harmon Story Circle with John Truby’s Techniques. A Metamodernist Approach
The Andriani Method Enhanced: A Comprehensive Storytelling Framework with John Truby’s Techniques and Dan Harmon’s Story Circle is a comprehensive guide to crafting compelling stories. Combining the storytelling techniques of John Truby and the story circle framework of Dan Harmon, this method offers writers a clear and practical approach to developing characters, plot, themes, and…
Violin: A Love Poem to the City of Oranges
Bohemian nights in Valencia where the gypsies shred violins into the coming dark “Rhythmic swells reverberate trough my lungs. The back streets of Valencia. Back street Europe. Romani enclaves and gypsy parts of town. We’ll sit here in the Plaça de la Virgen with our stiff sangria, smartly bashful in red-faced delerium. For it is Spring…
The Mascots that Made Us: From Tony the Tiger, to Pikachu.
As a media studies scholar and cereal addict, I find popular culture mascots such as Tony the Tiger and the King Vitamin (my all time fav, second only to Count Chocula) to be fascinating examples of how branding and marketing are used to create narratives that capture the attention and loyalty of audiences.