How To Save the Music Industry + Who You Are As A Gamer…

Bellyfeel Weekly RoundupEx-Smashing Pumpkins drummer Jimmy Chamberlin has come up with a strategy to save the music industry – I’ve always wanted to crowd-surf…!

This is a pretty decent documentary, check out how Atlanta became the most powerful regional force in hip-hop/ rap.

Go behind the scenes on this interactive music video by Bombay Bicycle Club and check out the software they used for the single “Carry Me”

Has Tunecore finally found a way to beat the evil record labels? This article by fastcompany.com looks at the changes in music distribution.

There will be one billion Internet connected TVs by 2020 according to this report by informitv.com. Check it some, some GREAT data in this one.

Has the doki-doki got a dark side? Polygon.com analyses the fun, yet slightly bizarre doki-doki universe.

Could it be, that Video Games are the future of education? Finally a reason to go to school!

While on the topic of video games, here are the top games to look for this autumn.

“Video game characters are incarnation of yourself” says Leigh Alexander for vice.com. This is a great article, which asks the question, “Who are we when we play video games

The Internet of Things is quickly gaining popularity, but who will create the “God Platform?” This article is a must read for anyone interested in the IoT (or Logitech)

Are you Social TV tweeter? Mashable.com breaks down some of the most iconic Social TV moments of the last year.

As a admitted binge watcher, I do often ask myself this question… “how many re-watches is too many?”

Jean-Luc Godard does it again, this time he perfects 3D with his latest cinematic outing “Goodbye to Language

Hope I get to read this one day, Alan Moore has finally written his 1 million word novel.

 

“I think the key divide between the interactive media and the narrative media is the difficulty in opening up an empathic pathway between the gamer and the character” – Steven Spielberg 

 

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